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Foil Cooking for

Foil Cooking

The Foil Cooking that we will be discussing here could also be called a meal in a foil pouch. It's an easy, no fuss, way to have a good meal with little to no cleanup. And a great way to teach young Scouts how to cook their first meals on a camp out. Try to always use "Heavy Duty", Industrial Strength Tin Foil. If you don't have any then use two sheets of regular foil (double up the thickness) to wrap your foil packs for cooking in red hot coals.

Links to Aluminum Foil Tips

  • Aluminum Foil - Frequently Asked Questions (on the Reynolds Wrap web site). Click HERE

  • Tin, Aluminum, Chromium (on The Washington Post web site). Click HERE

  • Aluminium Foil (on Wikipedia a Free Encyclopidea web site). Click HERE

Aluminum Foil Recipe Links

  • On The Grill Recipes (on the Reynolds Wrap web site). Click HERE

  • The Solar Cooking Archive. Click HERE

  • Foil Pack Recipes. Click HERE

  • Foil Cooking (on The MacScouter web site). Click HERE

  • Cooking 101 - Foil Pack Dinners (on the Kraft Foods web site). Click HERE

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