I read about the can lining. I don't even buy canned food, if I can help it.
In my experience, a windscreen makes a cookset complete.
I know, I am impressed by the stainless steel cooking pot and plastic insert with the silicone ring and the "burn time" for baking.
I like it that you explain how to get hotter and faster burn times, as well.
I think, I like the lid.
I know, I like the giant baked muffin.
My goal always includes: is it beautiful?
For me, the finished-design has to be, in the end, a simple and elegant design, and that involves beauty.
When are you selling this?
I would take it in my kayak.
I am not "crazy" about the rivets... could it be press-fit or brazed?
zelph, It's all personal preference. I've taken a liking to the Kmart grease pot. Holds 4 cups and easy to fit every thing inside it. 4 cups equals 2 for the freezer bag and 2 for a drink. It's more fuel efficient if you heat 4 cups at one time. Tests have proven that. The Fancee Feest, Cobalt, GoTo and Woodgaz stoves will do that easily.
This has been my standard of cooking for some time now.
I do not like clean-up or food odors in the woods and in the mountains.
I do like the "freezer bag" meals, which are real meals, and I like a hot mug-up drink.
But, for kayaking, a would consider it a treat to have a "dedicated" baking kit and the inner container could hold a "freezer bag".