Rating: 5 / 5
You want to keep it light--really light--but you relish a hot meal at day's end. You're sticking with simple one-pot, add water meals, and eating from the pot, or cooking in that prized titanium mug.
Still, you yearn for a nice cup of tea along with dinner.
What to do?
Orikaso has a line of folding eating sets. The mug and the bowl solve a real problem: mugs and bowls take up way too much space. And they're light weight, too: about an ounce for each. The mug and the bowl really do work, and, yes, they really do hold liquid without leaking. They don't telescope: they fold flag, and you assemble them with a simple, origami-like folding.
An added benefit to the fold-flat bowl: it's really easy to lick off the little meal remnants, making cleanup that much easier!
So, take that tea with you, and bring along an Orikaso folding mug. I've used them for more meals now than I can count, including a wonderful trek at Philmont a couple years back.
NOTE to Sean Perry (below): as another contributor noted, there seems no need to worry about durability. I've had my bowl and mug for years and use them frequently--including daily at the recently-concluded World Scout Jamboree in England (at which numerous leaders and Scouts, both from our unit and from other countries, saw the bowl and mug, marveled at them, and purchased their own sets!).