A ziplock freezer bag full of raw egg yolk and chopped up vegetables in a pot of boiling water may not sound like the most appetizing way to make an omelet, but this technique definitely works when you're camping and don't have a stove.
There are tons of things you can do with your camping equipment to make your trip a little easier. Keep your roll of toilet paper dry and safe in an empty coffee can. Make sure your matches don't get wet by storing them in empty film canisters or pill bottles. For an easy fire starter kit, soak cotton pads in Vaseline or fill a cardboard toilet paper roll with dryer lint.
To avoid mosquito bites, drink apple cider vinegar before leaving for your trip. Burn a bundle of sage in the campfire to keep bugs mosquitoes away. And if you're ever confronted by a bear in the wilderness, make sure you know the difference between a black bear and a brown bear. Happy camping!
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