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    Kotlich campfire cooking

    Hi all just a heads up on some new cooking equipment I've bought for course and meet up catering its enamel kotlich pots from www.outdoor-kitchen.biz nice and light easy to clean and perfect for over the camp fire I had this game casserole cooking for around 4 hours and it just washed out and wiped up easily no burnt scrapings lol, I'm deffo going to get more of the pots or kotlich (Serb word) for the Woodlife trails camp kitchen



    No connection just really like the stuff and said I'd spread the word as carrying cast iron duchies a long way sucks
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    Looks a nice piece of kit, just don't get too many chips out of it!
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    Nice one J-p, looks like a bit better kit than the dutch,a lot lighter, do they have lids

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    Thanks for the heads up

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    These pots as JP says work a treat they are very light and clean up easy -A good thing about these pots allthough they are flat bottomed they have a nicely rounded bottom corner edge so food being cooked does not get traped and burnt

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    That looks pretty decent, but I'm amazed they don't have lids,
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    their website sells the lids, would have thought they would come with one in the price ? !! still a smart looking pot for the price


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    What material are they made of under there, some alloy?
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    Moderator & Poshcrafter™ Martin's Avatar
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    Normal enamel ware would just be steel under the enamel. This doesn't look any different.

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