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Old 06-11-2014   #21
Edmond, Oklahoma
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Originally Posted by upshitscreek View Post
if you've got a fire going then just wrap them in foil and chuck'em in the coals for a spell.

it ain't rocket science... but on the buzz we'll make it seem like it is.
For sure bro! Never been hungry, and could go a few days without. Always been more stoked to partake in one of the most ultimate interactions with nature. Just get on the river.

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Old 06-11-2014   #22
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double wrap when you pre make them and then freeze them

we don't boil....we steam them

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Old 06-11-2014   #23
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gotta chime in on this one....
on my last grand trip we had an amazing caterer from salida at the little cambodia restaurant. i've never eaten that well for a month in my life. ever.
we specifically requested breadfast burritos for 14 of our 28 days.
everything was already vacuum packed, boil in bag meals. the burritos were wrapped in foil, then vacuum sealed.
boil em, put em in the dutch oven, throw em in the fire, or unwrap em and put em in a skillet...

either way, breakfast burritos are awesome. doing dishes in the morning sucks....
now i'm hungry

All I need are some tasty waves, a cool buzz, and I'm fine.
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Old 06-12-2014   #24
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Old 06-12-2014   #25
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Originally Posted by okieboater View Post
Just got back from a multiday trip where breakfast one morning was breakfast burritos These were some of if not the best breakfast burritos I have had. They were double wrapped in aluminum foil. The burritos were heated up in a couple of the folding Coleman ovens. These ovens fold down to a couple inches thickness for storage and for baking they unfold and just set on top of a Partner stove. We sat around and drank coffee for a while until the burritos were toasty hot. Easy and tasty and no holes to dig or stones to heat.
I second what okie said and will add that the burrito is what counts. No form of reheating will help a bad burrito taste good or really damage a great burrito. It is the cook not the cooker that makes them great.
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Old 06-12-2014   #26
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Little Cambodia restaurant ROCKS. I love that food. bigben you had a special treat.

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