Originally Posted by yesimapirate
While I'm intrigued by the cooking in a bag, I'm still scratching my head as to the advantages. Obviously I've not been a part of this style of cooking, and I'm not dogging on what seems to be a well known tactic.
What do you gain from cooking in the bag? No dirty pan? Is it faster in some fashion? Less potential mess? Compartmentalizing?
For us it was:
1. Putting the kitchen away a night before for the early launch the next day
2. Just leave a pot, blaster and a few forks
3. Use paper towels for plates
4. Variety of ingredients for different people
Just seemed simple. The more I boat the more I like simpler meals and more time to drink/play instead of cooking/cleaning.