My new UL bag cozy
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Sarah Kirkconnell
(sarbar) - F

Locale: In the shadow of Mt. Rainier
My new UL bag cozy on 04/16/2007 17:14:46 MDT Print View

This morning I put our new UL fabric bag cozy up on our website. This was a fun project to come up with, and have it come out successfully.

I am working on a UL snack bag for packs right now, and they will be on the website in the next couple days.

My blog has a bit more about it:
http://www.freezerbagcooking.com/myblog.htm

Brett .
(Brett1234) - F

Locale: CA
cook-in-bag cookbook on 04/17/2007 00:57:09 MDT Print View

Sarah, maybe you were too modest to mention it, but I found your cookbook, and read the exerpt at your site. Really great ideas for easy and delicious cooking; not just on the trail! I ordered one and suggest you all check it out..
http://www.freezerbagcooking.com/fbcstore.htm
Maybe I can escape ramen, oatmeal, and mountainhouse soon...

Christopher Mills
(Hiker816) - MLife

Locale: Denver
freezer bag cooking cookbook on 04/17/2007 07:14:11 MDT Print View

I also purchased Sarah's book and found it outstanding. This is the first backpacking cook book I've seen that actually reflects how I cook on a trip. I simply am not going to spend two and a half hours preparing a meal with pounds of fresh ingredients. Every other cook book seems to assume I am willing to do this. Sarah's freezer bag cooking book offers recipies that are extremely fast and easy to prepare (all require only adding boiling water, some even work adding cold water), yet are tasty and with enough variety to never get tiresome. Highly recommended.

Miguel Arboleda
(butuki) - MLife

Locale: Kanto Plain, Japan
Re: freezer bag cooking cookbook on 04/17/2007 08:02:52 MDT Print View

I bought Sarah's book about two weeks ago and it is just what I've been looking for. Going to have to adjust some of the foods for the ingredients you can and can't find here in Japan, though. But since following Sarah's suggestions from her website from two years ago my food weight has dropped dramatically while still being nutritious and filling and great tasting.

I also bought "Trail Food: Drying and Cooking Food for Backpackers and Paddlers" by Alan Kesselheim about four years ago and found it great, too.

Sarah Kirkconnell
(sarbar) - F

Locale: In the shadow of Mt. Rainier
Re: cook-in-bag cookbook on 04/17/2007 08:22:58 MDT Print View

Thank you all :-)
I am steadily working on book #2 now. It is being edited now, and hopefully will be out in late summer to fall. All new recipes too!

George Matthews
(gmatthews) - MLife
Re: cook-in-bag cookbook on 04/17/2007 08:29:41 MDT Print View

"Freezer Bag Cooking: Trail Food Made Simple" cookbook.

Over 160 recipes

It is an excellent cookbook. Easy to prepare meals.

Well done!

http://www.freezerbagcooking.com

Joshua Mitchell
(jdmitch) - F

Locale: Kansas
Blog and New Stuff... on 04/17/2007 11:45:34 MDT Print View

Sarah,

Just subscribed to your blog, nicely done.

Also, I hope to be buying the book and maybe a cozy or two soon. Very cool looking cozies, BTW.