Have you ever found yourself in a situation wanting to heat or cook a meal without dangerous flames, fire, or electricity?
Maybe you remember the day camping and the rain prevented you from preparing dinner because you weren't able to light a campfire or use your stove?
- Meet the innovative cooking system, which represents a real revolution in campfire and emergency cooking.
- For eight years now, it's been popular and has won multiple awards in Europe and Asia. Now the patented cookware is available in America.
- It's impressing people from all walks of life, situations, and circumstance.
- You can prepare your food while camping, or an emergency that includes an electrical outage.
How Does it Work?
- This revolutionary patented system consists of two separate containers.
- The external or outer container is a BPA-free and FDA approved plastic.
- The inner is a solid 18/10 food-grade, polished stainless steel.
- A water activated heating pad goes in-between them.
- The heating pack reacts to water (or any liquid) and produces heat just over 200 °F for 25 minutes (not yet boiling which requires 212°F. It remains hot for at least another 20 minutes.
- Because it is flameless and produces no carbon monoxide, they can safely be used inside a tent or other confined space such as a car.
Experience a new dimension when preparing food and drinks, and you will surely amaze everyone around you. Barocook is the unique flameless ration heating and cooking system, which allows you to prepare food or hot drink without fire, electricity, or gas. It's your turn to find out what will flameless do for you?
What is Barocook heating packs made of?
- Packs are made of quicklime, which is a combination of 18 different minerals and sands.
- Baropacks are activated by adding water, or almost any other liquid.
- The steam it produces is simply hydrogen and oxygen gas.
- They are non-toxic & eco-friendly, odorless, and water-insoluble.
- The remaining quicklime powder is ecologically friendly. The byproduct is a powder, less toxic than salt, sand, or mud.