I was browsing through the book Travel Light Eat Heavy and found a surprising commentary on never using the hat you insulate your dinner in as your night cap. The following is from the book page 29. Please clarify, I have always used just one hat.
"A word of caution: Declare your cooking hat a kitchen item only. Food will drip on it, and odors will permeate it, which are excellent attractants for fur-bearing quadrupeds.
If you need further encouragement, think about how difficult it would be to sleep while a bear chews on a hat that contains your head. To a somewhat lesser degree, inviting shelter mice, skunks, and racoons to snack on your hair at 3:00 am is equally entertaining for your shelter mates.
Keep your cooking hat with your food;don't ever wear it; hang food bag at least 15' off the ground - every night."
Is this true or simply a disclaimer to keep them from being responsible from any such rare encounters?