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    Default Favorite cold soak?

    Just discovered Trader Joe’s pesto tortellini! After 3 hours in water. Feels like I just struck gold. What’s your favorite thing to cold soak? Pinto beans? Ramen? Rice?

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    I like to cold soak all my meals.

    Then bring em to a boil lol.

    Pesto tortellini. Ill have to give it a try in the old Gatorade container.

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    Trader Joe's should think of having mini quick marts strategically located in some towns like Palmerton PA. My fav cold soak is Near East Couscous. I cold soak it in a Talenti cup, add olive oil and my seasoning packet and I am golden! ��

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    Quote Originally Posted by chknfngrs View Post
    Just discovered Trader Joe’s pesto tortellini! After 3 hours in water. Feels like I just struck gold. What’s your favorite thing to cold soak? Pinto beans? Ramen? Rice?
    3 hours? Are you carrying that for 3 hours, or at camp/stationary?

    The problem I have with no cook is it tend to be heavier then carrying a stove with all things considered, and no hot cup of joe in the morning.

    As for my favorite cold soak, it's me feet in a clear running stream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starchild View Post
    3 hours? Are you carrying that for 3 hours, or at camp/stationary?

    The problem I have with no cook is it tend to be heavier then carrying a stove with all things considered, and no hot cup of joe in the morning.

    As for my favorite cold soak, it's me feet in a clear running stream.
    Depends on what your carrying!

    I can eat all my homemade dehydrated stuff cold. And therefore its lighter than a stove setup.




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    I’d carry it, in a jar or ziplock. Water weight to me is minimal and more important to not have to cook. YMMV.

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