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Dinner for breakfast? Next you'll be telling us that dogs and cats are living together in harmony.

At home, when your eyes are bigger than your stomach, getting a doggy bag isn't usually all that hard. But in the backcountry, leftover portions either get wasted in the fire or packed out, which is a bummer for you and your wallet. Next time, head out with the Snow Peak Cook and Save Titanium Pot so that your overflow mac 'n cheese dinner portions can fold right into your gourmet breakfast spread.
  • The 68-fluid-ounce pot is one of Snow Peak's largest titanium offerings
  • Titanium body and lid are super-lightweight, resist corrosion, and impart virtually no metallic smell or taste
  • Plastic sealing lid lets you store leftover food till morning when your stomach has recovered its sprightly shape
  • Newsflash: plastic and heat don't always mix well, so if you're cooking with this pot, use the titanium lid, and if you're storing leftovers, use the plastic top

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Is this pot non-stick?

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Is this pot non-stick?

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Simply put, no. I have never seen titanium backpacking cookware with non-stick on it, and this is not an exception. Titanium is naturally less "sticky" than some other materials, so this helps some, but I would not call it a "non-stick metal".

5 5

Great Pot

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This pot is awesome! Super lightweight and easy to clean. Big enough to feed 2 or one really big meal. I use it all the time when I go bikepacking and it has been great to me. The best part is by far being able to store any extra food for a midnight snack

can the snow peak 1400 fit inside this?

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can the snow peak 1400 fit inside this?

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Hey Carl,

No, I just measured my 1400 and the height with the lid on is about 5 3/4" and without the lid, it's 4 1/2". Even laying it on its side, it's still too wide in the diameter to make the 4" height on this one. Sorry.

5 5

Perfect Pot

This pot is great for big 2-person meals or regular 3-person meals. We often do 30 mile days and make a big meal mid afternoon. Leftovers stay in the pot, the plastic lid snaps on and and we finish them up a few hours later. We looked for the lightest 2L pot and found it.