Originally Posted by Buffalobob
<snip>...So for all of you men who can’t take care of yourselves, here is how you wash dishes.
7. Discard the dirty soapy water.
8. Rinse all dishes with clean water and set to dry.
Please do not dump dirty soapy water on the ground or into a stream or lake.
You don't need water to clean your pot anyway.
Just wipe it off with a paper towel.
Put the paper into your garbage bag and take it out with you when you leave.
If it's for more than a day or two, or if temps are in the dangerous warm range for bacteria growth,
then boil water in it after you wipe it out, but don't use soap.
If you're taking more than one pot to both cook in and eat out of, you're taking more than you need.
It should be cleaned and put away within minutes of being used; leaving it set all day while you're out hunting is just plain lazy.
If we're talking about a whole hunting camp, the designated cook should already be prepared and doesn't need a lesson about how not be a "momma's boy".