Stove: Super Cat Alcohol Stove
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Stoves I Would use: Jetboil Ti or Zip
Another system I like is a pot of your choice paired with the Caldera Cone cooking system. I've seen a few in action and they perform great and are very fuel efficient for an alcohol stove. If you already have a pot you like, the people at Trail Designs will make you a Caldera Cone specifically made for your pot. Excellent price and performance.
Pot: AntiGravityGear 3 Cup Aluminum Non-Stick Cook Pot
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Fuel Bottle from AntiGravity Gear. 8oz capacity. With careful filling I could cook one meal and make coffee for 7 days on 8oz. Next time I would pack a small measuring cup and be more rigid on how much fuel I use at a time. You could bring also bring an empty soda bottle (8-20oz) like some people do. Works just as good. Just don't reach into your pack and take a swig of fuel.
COFFEE!!I still love coffee in the backcountry. From the expensive VIA's to the cheap instant stuff. It worked. It helped me get out of bed and get moving. So I carried a cup. This was also good for hot chocolate and mixing drinks or drinking beers in town. My cup also served as a measuring cup for water to cook with. I liked how it collapsed and my whole system fit together in my pot. Another cool product i've never seen before as an alternative to bringing a cup would be to get a set of HotLips and drink out of your pot. Good idea!
The windscreen I used was an 8" Trail Designs Windscreen and it surprisingly held up until the very end! I had cut the 8" version in half and folded it day in and day out for 5 months and the condition it is in the picture up top is how it looked after the trail. I would highly recommend this to anyone using an alcohol stove. One because it's a necessity, and two because its cheap and does everything it says it will.
And finally the ubiquitous Spork. Everyone has one on the trail. Most of the time they have the Light My Fire Spork, I hate that one. It's ugly, and they break all the time. Almost every outfitter along the trail has them and they're usually around $4. I dare someone to try and scoop peanut butter for 5 months without breaking one. Probably the best $0.79 I spent on the trail was on the Sea To Summit Spork. It's cheap, light and awesome. You can buy a titanium spork for $25 or buy 25 of these and I promise you wont care if you lose all but one of these. I would be upset if I spent the money on a titanium version and lost it, which i'm likely to do. FInd one of these at your local outfitter and buy 5. Mine has over 2000 miles on it. I think i've got my moneys worth.