The Old Faithful Flameless Geyser Portable Cooking System

Old Faithful Geyser Portable Cooking System

The Old Faithful Flameless Geyser Portable Cooking System

Do you like hot food, but have no time to stop to cook on your road trip? Are you afraid of fire, but need a way to cook food in nature? Are you running away from society and don’t want people to find you by your campfire smoke trail? Well, the Old Faithful Flameless Geyser Portable Cooking System may be of interest to you.

What is it?

The Old Faithful Flameless Geyser Portable Cooking System is a combination of 3 non-rusting 304-grade stainless steel pots, an insulated carrying bag, and heating packs. The 3 pots consist of an inner cooking pot, an outer cooking pot, and a water canteen. All of the pots are completely sealed by a high quality silicon strip on the lid. Watch this video for a visual description of each of the pieces.

How is this system used?

  1. Place food ingredients to be cooked into the inner cooking pot and lock the lid onto the pot.
  2. If you want to heat water, fill the water canteen with up to 40 oz. of clean potable water and lock the lid onto the canteen.
  3. Remove the heating pack from its pouch and place it in the bottom of the outer cooking pot.
  4. Pour 6 – 7 oz. of water onto the heating pack to activate it.
  5. Immediately slide the inner cooking pot into the outer cooking pot and seal the outer cooking pot.
  6. Put all pots into the insulated carrying bag.
  7. If you placed water into the water canteen in step 2, connect the hose on the canteen to the lid of the outer cooking pot. This will allow hot steam that is coming out of the outer cooking pot to enter the heating coil in the canteen, thus heating up the water in the canteen.
  8. Close the insulated carrying bag while cooking to maintain heat and contain vapors. Once cooking is done, use gloves to remove the pots from the bag.
  9. Carefully open the lids of the outer and inner cooking pots using gloves or the included pot holders.
  10. Drain the waste water from the water canteen by removing the large stopper plug and emptying the waste water tube.
  11. Enjoy hot water and hot food!

Watch this video for an example of how cooking is done:

 

Steam PoweredHose connecting the Old Faithful Geyser Portable Cooking System outer cooking pot and water canteen

The beautiful thing about the Old Faithful Flameless Geyser Portable Cooking System is that no electricity or fire is needed to cook food. This means that this system is safe to run inside of a car, a tent, or even a boat! Steam is the source of heat for this system. The steam is generated by water being heated up by the heating pack in the bottom of the outer cooking pot. The heating pack generates full cooking heat for 40 minutes and continues to generate warming heat for up to 2 hours. This steam fills the outer cooking pot and heats the inner cooking pot on all sides. Once the steam reaches the top of the outer pot, it either shoots out of a small hole in the lid into the air or through a silicon hose into the water canteen. It is possible to use the system without the water canteen, but I wouldn’t recommend this when using the system indoors. The water canteen reduces the amount of steam that is released into the air significantly. There is almost no steam released into the air when using the water canteen.

Conclusion

If you’re looking for a dead-simple way to cook food, look no further. The Old Faithful Flameless Geyser Portable Cooking System heats up very quickly, and stays hot for a long time. Almost any meal can be cooked using this system, in almost any environment. It is very portable, thanks to the included insulated carrying bag. The only question left to ask yourself is: why don’t you have one yet?

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About The Author

Jeff Wenzbauer loves to get into the outdoors and enjoy the fresh air. He enjoys yoga, snowboarding, mountain biking, dirt biking, backpacking and hiking, snowshoeing, and occasional river rafting. When in the outdoors it is vital to have the correct gear, Jeff loves to share his opinion of all his gear so that others can be well prepared.