Good utensil set for the backcountry, whether you're…
Source: bought it new
Good utensil set for the backcountry, whether you're eating out of a freeze dried meal bag, or your pot. Bring the chopsticks just by themselves for an ultralight cookware solution.
- Light and durable chopsticks
- Nice carrying case (if you don't mind the weight)
- Don't get your fingers dirty!
- Spork by itself is kinda short
- It may feel flimsy with harder consistency foods
Kung Foon is a great utensil for the backcountry meals. I only pack the chopsticks; the rosewood is really durable and cleans well.
My only complaint is if I'm eating something with a strong consistency (I eat ice cream out of the pint with this sometimes, don't judge me), the chopsticks bend a little and start creaking. But that's not a back country concern.
The price isn't so bad either, since you get two utensils for the price of one, and a really nice pencil case to carry other things.
I'd recommend this to anyone. There are cheaper and lighter sporks out there, but I feel like my S2S sporks all got blotchy and unclean after couple uses, and chopsticks don't scratch my anodized pot during stirring.