Save time on prep-use air-dried food
In my work as an outdoor chef, one of my main goals is to inspire people to do more cooking in the outdoors. Making food in nature is a very special experience, particularly if it involves making a fire to get the food going. So many more senses are connected when cooking outdoors. You observe the beautiful place you’ve chosen for the camp, listen to sounds in the woods, birds singing, water running down a stream somewhere behind the trees, smell the smoke from the fire. Watch, hear, smell, feel. That’s why I think outdoor cooking is different and more exciting than indoor cooking.