Bear Minimum

Pocket Pan

Bear Minimum is the missing link for a complete survival kit. The signature Bear Bowls were created by Cory Santiago, who’s embraced the great outdoors of the Pacific Northwest since childhood. After working in manufacturing for more than 15 years, the adventurous husband and father of five sought to manufacture his own dream product: an item that could improve how campers prepare food. Partnering with his wife, Heidi, the pair cooked up the ideal solution. The resulting Bear Bowls are a camper’s kitchen lifesaver. Crafted of fire-resistant Teflon, they fold into a compact packet that fits in a pocket. Use them to boil water, rehydrate meals, and cook food over a controlled flame. The slick surface snaps together to make a pot, pan, skillet, or plate, plus effortlessly washes clean so you can eat and repeat while enjoying the elements.

Bear Minimum

Folding Outdoor Cook Pot

Pocket Pan

Bear Minimum is the missing link for a complete survival kit. The signature Bear Bowls were created by Cory Santiago, who’s embraced the great outdoors of the Pacific Northwest since childhood. After working in manufacturing for more than 15 years, the adventurous husband and father of five sought to manufacture his own dream product: an item that could improve how campers prepare food. Partnering with his wife, Heidi, the pair cooked up the ideal solution. The resulting Bear Bowls are a camper’s kitchen lifesaver. Crafted of fire-resistant Teflon, they fold into a compact packet that fits in a pocket. Use them to boil water, rehydrate meals, and cook food over a controlled flame. The slick surface snaps together to make a pot, pan, skillet, or plate, plus effortlessly washes clean so you can eat and repeat while enjoying the elements.
Bear Minimum
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Quick Questions

What temperature can the Bear Bowl manage?

It can handle up to about 550 degrees Fahrenheit.

Can you use the Bear Bowl on an open flame like a campfire?

The Bear Bowl is not intended to be used over an open flame, like a campfire, except for survival purposes. It’s best used with controlled flame sources. The material that makes up the body of the pot is flame-resistant, but not fireproof. Open flame will have a high potential of degrading the material after prolonged contact and should be used with caution.

What can I cook in my Bear Bowl Cook Pot?

You can cook virtually anything you want. It cooks eggs, hamburgers, and boils water for coffee, tea, purifying, and all your dehydrated meals. Because the sides open, you can use it as a skillet and turn pancakes, hamburgers, and stir. The cook pot can also be used as a wok.

Why the paracord handle?

Parachute cord (also paracord or 550 cord when referring to type-III paracord) is a lightweight nylon kernmantle rope originally used in the suspension lines of parachutes. This cord is useful for many other tasks and is now used as a general purpose utility cord by both military personnel and civilians.

Learn more about the product

Collapsible Outdoor Cooking Pot see details

Bear Minimum

Folding Outdoor Cook Pot

Pocket Pan

Bear Minimum is the missing link for a complete survival kit. The signature Bear Bowls were created by Cory Santiago, who’s embraced the great outdoors of the Pacific Northwest since childhood. After working in manufacturing for more than 15 years, the adventurous husband and father of five sought to manufacture his own dream product: an item that could improve how campers prepare food. Partnering with his wife, Heidi, the pair cooked up the ideal solution.

The resulting Bear Bowls are a camper’s kitchen lifesaver. Crafted of fire-resistant Teflon, they fold into a compact packet that fits in a pocket. Use them to boil water, rehydrate meals, and cook food over a controlled flame. The slick surface snaps together to make a pot, pan, skillet, or plate, plus effortlessly washes clean so you can eat and repeat while enjoying the elements.
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Quick Questions

What temperature can the Bear Bowl manage?

It can handle up to about 550 degrees Fahrenheit.

Can you use the Bear Bowl on an open flame like a campfire?

The Bear Bowl is not intended to be used over an open flame, like a campfire, except for survival purposes. It’s best used with controlled flame sources. The material that makes up the body of the pot is flame-resistant, but not fireproof. Open flame will have a high potential of degrading the material after prolonged contact and should be used with caution.

What can I cook in my Bear Bowl Cook Pot?

You can cook virtually anything you want. It cooks eggs, hamburgers, and boils water for coffee, tea, purifying, and all your dehydrated meals. Because the sides open, you can use it as a skillet and turn pancakes, hamburgers, and stir. The cook pot can also be used as a wok.

Why the paracord handle?

Parachute cord (also paracord or 550 cord when referring to type-III paracord) is a lightweight nylon kernmantle rope originally used in the suspension lines of parachutes. This cord is useful for many other tasks and is now used as a general purpose utility cord by both military personnel and civilians.

Learn more about the product

Collapsible Outdoor Cooking Pot see details