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DIY Ultralight Titanium Cook Pot Alternative

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Cooking | DIY Ultralight Titanium Cook Pot Alternative
DIY Ultralight Titanium Cook Pot Alternative
DIY Ultralight Titanium Cook Pot Alternative
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A low cost, ultralight Titanium cook pot alternative for backpacking that you can make yourself. http:www.sintax77.comTaking a look at a lightweight, inexpensive (okay, pretty much free, if you like coffee) backpacking cook pot that you can make from a Chock full'o Nuts Coffee can.
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