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I typically take ground coffee out.
-put a bunch (4 tablespoons?) in the french press
-pour boiling water 1/2 way up
-let sit a few seconds
-stir (vital)
-then top up with boiling water and let sit for 5 minutes
-press the plunger down.
+GTG.

We found a stainless steel french press at Homeoutfitters of all places... (ritzy overpriced stuff typically).
Works great.... slightly insulated and not made with thin glass like our previous french press.
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It is relaxing once you bring 14 different items to make coffee, 3 awnings, the reclining/vibrating massage couch, fridge, freezer, wading pool, 6 different grills and 5 stoves so you're ready to cook anything, a shower, hot tub, big screen tv, full stereo system, and the kitchen sink to start with.....
 

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It is relaxing once you bring 14 different items to make coffee, 3 awnings, the reclining/vibrating massage couch, fridge, freezer, wading pool, 6 different grills and 5 stoves so you're ready to cook anything, a shower, hot tub, big screen tv, full stereo system, and the kitchen sink to start with.....
Now you're talking :grin

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Dang, couldn't find a picture of one towing a FJ :wink
 

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While car camping I mostly use a single cup Hario pour-over w/ filter, don't like grounds in the cup. But, because I have 1000w inverter on dedicated battery. I've experimented with a using a old electric Mocha Pot for a morning cappuccino. :wink
 

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Colman single burner and a Percolator....
 

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Thanks for all the replies!!

I'm going to go with a simple setup consisting of a single burner, travel mug, and Starbucks instant coffee. I figure this is the smallest/lightest solution, less waste/clean up, and easy to pack. I have some REI credit/dividend, so maybe pick up a Jetboil which will come with a pot.
 

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Speaking of this subject, I am looking forward to testing out a new piece of gear next trip. https://www.hellolume.com/


A coworker is letting me borrow it to see if i like it. I believe he found it on a go fund me site. Hopefully it is a little faster than my current HARIO hand grinder.

And if we are real lucky it will be quieter than Primers plug in grinder. :rofl:
 
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@iLuveKetchup before you get a Jetboil, check out the Windburner. Significantly better performance for not a lot more money.
Just looked up the MSR Windburner. I really like how the burner packs inside the pot. I'll have a look at it in person at REI. It's almost twice the price of the Jetboil.
 

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Mtn Dew is good at any temp. Just sayin....
 
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Just looked up the MSR Windburner. I really like how the burner packs inside the pot. I'll have a look at it in person at REI. It's almost twice the price of the Jetboil.
Jetboil also packs inside the pot. I really have no idea how anything could be faster, especially for how frugal it is on gas...
the small gas cannister will also fit inside the pot.

<2 mins to boil a litre of water is pretty quick...
https://jetboil.johnsonoutdoors.com/stoves-systems/flash-cooking-system
 

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Comparrison tests anyone?



Decades ago I had a buddy that would request the barista at Starbucks to heat the milk in his latte up to 174 degrees. I remember being embarrassed for him.
 

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I've had a jetboil for years and it's been super reliable and I wouldn't change it for anything. Build quality, ruggedness, ease of use, price. It just works, and it's probably something the kids will inherit someday.
 

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With all these fancy boilers/stoves I'm starting to think it might just be easier to grab a handful of grounds and toss it down the hatch.
 
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