oh I see, interesting. I never really used dry package food on a bicycle tour. In my first long trip I took a couple packages in case of emergency and ended up to travel with them for almost a year before using them (It was because I was tired of seeing them in my panniers
rather than for emergency). I like them when I hike though.
Just in case it might interests you: I don't have have any more sticky-burning issue since I use the non-stick titanium cookware by Evernew
. Their product lines are really fantastic and completely changed the way I see cooking around the camp. There is definitely reasons why they won the backpacker magazine awards in 2005 and again in 2010. The quality of the non abrasive layer is excellent (although I am very careful to not scratch it), not to mention that thanks to the titanium material you can get a 2L pot and a 3/4L pan for a total of 10.6oz! You can't beat that. Of course the downside with titanium is that it doesn't conduct heat as well as aluminum so it takes a couple minutes longer to boil water; but it is way stronger - even stronger than stainless steel. Anyway, in case you need to get some new cookware, this is worth to check it out.