Outdoor Cooking 101
Outdoor Cookware Pro Tips

Outdoor Cooking 101

Are you an outdoor enthusiast who loves to cook? If so, you're in for a treat! In this blog post, we'll be sharing some expert advice on outdoor cooking techniques and tips for using GSI Outdoors' innovative cookware to make delicious meals in the wilderness. So grab your apron and let's get cooking!

  1. Choose the Right Cookware

One of the most important aspects of outdoor cooking is having the right cookware. GSI Outdoors offers a wide range of cookware options that are specifically designed for outdoor use. From lightweight backpacking cooksets to durable campfire grills, we have everything you need to cook up a delicious meal in the wilderness.

  1. Plan Your Meals in Advance

Before you head out on your outdoor adventure, take some time to plan your meals in advance. This will not only ensure that you have all the necessary ingredients, but it will also help you make the most of your limited cooking space and resources. Consider prepping some ingredients at home to save time and make cooking outdoors easier. You can store your prepped ingredients in our Infinity Storage Set

  1. Master the Art of Fire Building

Building a fire is essential for outdoor cooking, and it's important to learn the art of fire building. Practice different techniques such as using tinder, kindling, and fuel to create a fire that will provide the right amount of heat for cooking

  1. Use the Right Cooking Techniques

Outdoor cooking requires different techniques than cooking in a traditional kitchen. Familiarize yourself with techniques such as grilling, dutch oven cooking, and foil packet cooking. GSI Outdoors provides resources and recipes that can help you master these techniques and create delicious meals in the wilderness.

  1. Optimize Your Cooking Space

When cooking outdoors, space is often limited. Make the most of your cooking space by using multi-functional cookware and accessories. GSI Outdoors offers cooksets that stack neatly together, saving space in your backpack or camp kitchen. Additionally, consider investing in collapsible utensils and compact cutting boards to further optimize your cooking space. 

  1. Practice Leave No Trace Principles

As outdoor enthusiasts, it's important to practice Leave No Trace principles when cooking in the wilderness. Clean up after yourself, properly dispose of waste, and minimize your impact on the environment. GSI Outdoors offers eco-friendly cookware options that are designed with sustainability in mind


With these expert tips and tricks, you'll be well-equipped to enjoy delicious meals in the great outdoors using GSI Outdoors' innovative cookware. So pack your bags, gather your ingredients, and get ready to embark on a culinary adventure in the wilderness. Happy cooking!

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