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Guide to choosing the best camping cook set for you

Camping cook sets come in a variety of materials. Here’s a rundown of the pros and cons of each material to help you decide on the best cook set to suit your camping style.

Aluminium

Pros - Affordable, lightweight, conducts heat well
Cons - Less durable than stainless steel, easier to dent or scratch

Hard-anodised aluminium

Pros - More durable than aluminium, lightweight, conducts heat evenly, easy to clean
Cons - More expensive, often requires more effort to maintain due to non-stick coating

Titanium

Pros - Ultralight (lightest and strongest cookware material available), corrosion-resistant, durable, heats quickly
Cons - Poor heat conductivity, does not heat evenly, expensive

Stainless steel

Pros - Durable, scratch resistant, can take a lot of use and abuse
Cons - Does not heat evenly, heavy

Cast iron

Pros - Cooks evenly, naturally non-stick, lasts a lifetime, great for cooking over a stove or campfire
Cons - Heavy, requires occasional re-seasoning to retain non-stick surface, not suitable for backpacking or hiking