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In this video I show you how to make breakfast cooked in a paper bag.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RB8Fz5XvcsM
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I don't carry eggs and bacon into the B/C, particularly in griz territory. Cooking bacon would be ringing the dinner bell.

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Where was this when I was 15 and only went out for Saturday night?

Today, I am much older, and I no longer have fires.  I also do not only go out for 1-2 nights at a time, so hauling fresh food is out of the question.

I think this sort of information is better posted on a less serious site, like something for the Cub scouts.  


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Maybe you shouldn't take yourself so serious then. Relax have some fun even a old Cub Scout can learn a thing or two. LOL I've done all sorts of camping over the years from car to backwoods expeditions. I've learned sometimes we can't take ourselves so serious that we forget to have fun.
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Reminds me of cooking eggs on an upside-down coffee can on summer camp overnights.  Sort of a fun novelty thing to do with kids when car camping.

But even if I decided to take fresh food and had bacon and eggs, it's pretty unlikely that I'd have a paper bag...  :D


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I've learned sometimes we can't take ourselves so serious that we forget to have fun.

I do not think any of my friends would say I take myself so serious that I do not have any fun.  After all, first rule of Zeke is:  Only I can make me happy, and my happiness comes first.

Rule #2:  The makings of the sandwich, not counting any veggies, must be at least as thick as one slice of bread.  No single slice of bologna for my sandwiches.  


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Why waste a good paper bag, here's link for cooking all sorts of things without utensils.

http://www.scouting.org/Trainin....ls.aspx


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I've learned sometimes we can't take ourselves so serious that we forget to have fun.

I do not think any of my friends would say I take myself so serious that I do not have any fun.  After all, first rule of Zeke is:  Only I can make me happy, and my happiness comes first.

Rule #2:  The makings of the sandwich, not counting any veggies, must be at least as thick as one slice of bread.  No single slice of bologna for my sandwiches.  

LOL Thanks for the laugh I needed that. Thanks for posting have a great weekend.
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Why waste a good paper bag, here's link for cooking all sorts of things without utensils.

http://www.scouting.org/Trainin....ls.aspx

I used to teach this to Scouts on weekend campouts. Good family activity to do.
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Wouldn't have believed it if I had not watched it.......was a good video, thanks for taking the time to make and post the video.

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I think this sort of information is better posted on a less serious site, like something for the Cub scouts.  

I disagree with this statement.
There is no problem with this post on this site.

There are MANY levels of backpacker, from the
day tripper to the AT thru hiker.  Do you think
that this is a boys club just for hardcore hikers?

This site contains many good morsels of information
for all levels of hiker.  Obviously you do not place
high importance on how you want your food.....
you don't even have fire.  Others would put food
at the top of their list.  

For these people, it would not seem out of place
to carry a few fresh eggs, and 3 or 4 frozen pieces
of bacon.  This would be a great breakfast the
first early morning.  

I enjoyed your post OP.  Thank you for sharing this
with us.  This just goes to show that you can adapt
and cook nearly anything on the trail.
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I have no need for a fire, I use a stove and cook FBC style.  I also do not think this is a boys club for serious hikers only.  Some of the women who post here are more experienced, better hikers, than I could hope to be.

If food is at the top of your list, I would think sites like trail cooking, one pan wonders, or babelfish5's youtube channel would be more to their liking.  

Cooking bacon and eggs, first morning or not, runs counter to why many of us hike.  It isn't to bring the developed world with us, but to get away from all things pampered civility brings to us.  

I didn't mean to come off as a posterior orifice, as DC would say.  OP and I had our discussion, and ended up laughing together.  I just didn't see this site as particularly correct for his post.  Enjoyable to watch?  Yep.  Learned something applicable to BP'ing as defined by the majority of posters I have encountered on this site?  Nope.  


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I think this sort of information is better posted on a less serious site, like something for the Cub scouts.

I wouldn’t say it is completely out of place here.
In fact, here is Backpacker’s Elisabeth demonstrating the technique.

Although I have not actually done this, I have been carrying a mental note to give try it some time.


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Just because it doesn't fit your personal style,
does not mean that it shouldn't be on this site.
Even suggesting that is closed minded.

No where did I ever see only XYZ recipes or
other specifications for this site.  Who cares if
you two laughed.... your response offended me.

I am all about inclusion, not segregation.
You are telling members that if they enjoy eggs
and bacon on the trail, they aren't welcome here.
Is that the type of attitude to promote?

Bears and personal opinions aside, cooking is cooking
and this is an ingenious way to cook and entertain others.
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Why waste a good paper bag,

I think cooking in a paperbag is brilliant.
Take something flammable and cook with it.
Sure,  you can label this a parlor trick,
but I would call it good fun.

Makes me wonder what else can cook in a bag.
Perhaps grill a sandwich using butter to coat the bag.
Butter the bag, sausage and onions?
Would veggie oil work too?
Could you bake bread this way? Biscuits?

A bag is easy to clean up after. ... burn baby burn.

If you roll the fat soaked bag up tightly, this should
make a good candle, like cardboard and wax.
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Who cares if
you two laughed.... your response offended me.

If that offended you, you are way too thin skinned to hang out on the internet.  I never said it should not be on the site, just that it was better suited for a site devoted to campers who might try it out of novelty.

Many of us who post here do not even have fires, and do not carry fresh food.  For those that do both of those things, I would guess they carry pans for such. Burning food trash is irresponsible in bear country, as well as other areas.

You seem to have trouble reading.  No where did I say people who enjoy cooking bacon and eggs on the trail were not welcome to post here.  It is not my website, though if it was the software would work better.

Include whomever you like, but that doesn't mean Pam is better than Butter, or cooking eggs in a bag is a good method.  Firefights in the Food section.  Hmmm, was the last one about Snickers?  


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You basically told him this wasn't the place for his post,
And told him it was only suitable for 7 8 and 9 year olds.
Great relationship building buddy.

Abd no. Burning a paper bag is not irresponsible,  and no
We all do not backpack in bear country. You might want to
pull that stick out and talk to people with decency.

Just because you have been on this sute ten years does not
mean you should treat people badly. It is called a filter.
Realise that wingman put effort into the post and he has
been here for years also.  Would you want others calling
your posts childish?

And no this is not a thick skinned issue. This is an issue
of right and wrong. Its pretty simple
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You basically told him this wasn't the place for his post,
And told him it was only suitable for 7 8 and 9 year olds.
Great relationship building buddy.

Abd no. Burning a paper bag is not irresponsible,  and no
We all do not backpack in bear country. You might want to
pull that stick out and talk to people with decency.

Just because you have been on this sute ten years does not
mean you should treat people badly. It is called a filter.
Realise that wingman put effort into the post and he has
been here for years also.  Would you want others calling
your posts childish?

And no this is not a thick skinned issue. This is an issue
of right and wrong. Its pretty simple

Lighten up, you're getting your panties in a wad over nothing.

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Lighten up, you're getting your panties in a wad over nothing.

Thanks chuck but I am a big boy and am
able to have my own opinions. I would also
appreciate you saying I wear panties, as I
have not spoken ill of you. I understand this
is a common saying,  but its blatantly rude.

Treat others with respect is my point.
Easiest fix is to remove offensive post or
apologize. Shouldnt need to be said, as
I thought this was an adult forum.
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Only got one question...

How many times have you caught the bag on fire?

Bacon is a terrible thing to waste, you know.
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Only got one question...

How many times have you caught the bag on fire?

Bacon is a terrible thing to waste, you know.

I've never caught the bag on fire. With that being said you slowly lower the bag over the coals so the bacon grease soaks the bag after that your good to go.
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Wouldn't this be the best way to cook
cornbread?  I can imagine the yumminess
of the bacon baked with the cornbread.

I do not know how baking would turn out,
but I assume it would work well.
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high importance on how you want your food.....
you don't even have fire.  Others would put food
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Hehe...you may want to hang around a bit. Most of the folks here who place very high importance on their hiking food don't make fires.  :laugh:
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Stove = fire, its just not a ground fire
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In this video I show you how to make breakfast cooked in a paper bag.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RB8Fz5XvcsM

If you can find a copy of the book 'Roughing it Easy', get it. It demonstrates this and boiling water in a paper cup (the modern form of a birch bark cooking vessel) among other things.
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You basically told him this wasn't the place for his post,
And told him it was only suitable for 7 8 and 9 year olds.
Great relationship building buddy.

Abd no. Burning a paper bag is not irresponsible,  and no
We all do not backpack in bear country. You might want to
pull that stick out and talk to people with decency.

Just because you have been on this sute ten years does not
mean you should treat people badly. It is called a filter.
Realise that wingman put effort into the post and he has
been here for years also.  Would you want others calling
your posts childish?

And no this is not a thick skinned issue. This is an issue
of right and wrong. Its pretty simple

Dang!! Who peed in your Wheaties?

'ol zeke merely stated an opinion. Opinions are just that, opinions. They are neither right nor wrong.  You, on the other hand, have read way more into his post than was there and have made assumptions that are not there. You are the one who is being rude and not treating someone with decency or respect.

In other words, Lighten up Francis! :D
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I think cooking in a paperbag is brilliant.
Take something flammable and cook with it.
Sure,  you can label this a parlor trick,
but I would call it good fun.

A bag is easy to clean up after. ... burn baby burn.

............

Obviously you do not place
high importance on how you want your food.....
you don't even have fire.  Others would put food
at the top of their list.


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Burning a paper bag is not irresponsible,  and no
We all do not backpack in bear country.

I beg to differ !

In the vast majority of the American West, even in The Republic of Texas, open fire bans have become the norm, not the exception. Campfires and burning paper bags are illegal !!

I haven't cooked over a wood fire in ~ 25+ yrs.

It's messy. It's unreliable. Wood isn't even available for miles where I hike, but I DO take great pride in my food and eat as good or better on the trail, cooking my own home dehydrated meals over a legal stove, than I can make at home or over a "campfire".  

BTW, all "stoves" are not legal ; do you know the difference between a legal and illegal stove?.

You're also 100% INCORRECT that "we" don't backpack in bear country.

There is NOWHERE in the US that is NOT "Bear-Country".

Black Bears, are prevalent to very common in all of the Lower 48 states and are far and away the leading form of human / bear- mauling's/ deaths.

While Gizz get an undeserved rap as ruthless man-killers, it's the ordinary Black Bear that ransacks, ruins, attacks, maims, kills ~ 10,000+ more often than a Grizz.


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I guess folks lost the intent of the video. I posted it to just show a fun way to cook bacon and eggs. I Backpack but I also car camp with family that can't hike into the backcountry. I also camp with Scouts. All I wanted to do was show a fun activity to share with the family. Not start a lame flame war. I believe in Leave No Trace and also teach it to Scouts. But folks lets not take ourselves so serious we forget to have fun in the process. I respect all hikers and backpackers and I try to learn new stuff from all folks. I know one thing this will be my last post on this forum. It has the same elitist attitude that I experience when I road cycle. My question is I wonder how many folks have been run off or decided not to participate in any discussion just because folks who have been around awhile feel a sense of entitlement. We backpack and love the ourdoors to relax and have fun. This forum is anything but that.
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Fun video! Thanks Wingman115...
After a first day of 15+ miles (deep into "bear country") there is nothing like a breakfast of eggs and bacon the next morning.


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I enjoyed the method. Backpacking in Indiana, we aren't remotely in bear country and fires are still not just nice, but obligatory. I don't have fires where it's not appropriate, but there's still many places that are just fine.
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