Last time you went solo-backpacking you were running with so few accessories that you were searching for a water-worn rock bowl that you could boil water in for your MREs on the trail. You hadn't thought of all of the great miniature cooking tools you could have had until your stomach was grumbling for the 4th day in a row of not finding a sufficient cooking apparatus from nature. You don't have to be an expert on primitive technology and making bowls from river sediment anymore, now all you need to do is toss your Jetboil MiniMo Cooking System into your pack and you'll be delighted by the tasty treats you can whip up in the great beyond. With one super-efficient butane burner, MiniMo can boil 16oz of water in only 2 minutes and 15 seconds, and it has an adjustable temperature gauge, so you don't have to scorch your food. Metal handles provide an easy handling point for both cooking and eating, and a lower spoon angle enables you to eat right from the cup. Smart for storage space, the MiniMo features sideways burner storage to minimize the space it needs in your pack, and an insulated drink-through lid means you can start your day with hot coffee and end it with hot tea by the fire to keep warm.
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