Clean your cooking pot in river sand
This is a tip from Sabine, our merchandiser. "If, like me, you use a traditional aluminium cooking pot, there is no risk of scratching a non-stick coating by scrubbing the cooking pot to clean it. My tip is to approach a river (you have to think about this when you set up your camp), then, firstly, rinse the cooking pot in it, then to put a handful of river sand in it with a little water. Put the lid on the cooking pot again and shake while turning. Gradually, the sand will remove the food stuck to the wall of the pan. You don't even need a product to clean!"
For a cooking pot with a non-stick coating, things are different: the sand would risk scratching the coating. It is also possible to use plastic cutlery to scrape off part of the residue, or use a piece of wood, cut grass, or even leaves, to scrub the inside of the cooking pot. But we also thought of a very simple little tip, which will make your camp life easier.