Why cook it when you can eat it raw

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tsunamichuck
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Why cook it when you can eat it raw

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Re: Why cook it when you can eat it raw

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(Haven't watched the link yet, but...) this is a big thing amongst light weight backpackers. About the only upside is that you don't have to carry the weight of the stove.
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Re: Why cook it when you can eat it raw

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You should really watch the link :lol:
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Thanks, that gave me a chuckle.
I hope she brought duct tape.

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