No ill effects so far.
Breakfast: coffee and cereal. The coffee was made with my camping one-cup filter cone
. Cereal with rice milk was eaten in the smaller pot from a Trangia 27-2UL cookset
, and the spoon from a German four-piece utensil set
. The filter cone, coffee mug, Trangia pot and spoon were all wiped down with a Seventh Generation wipe, left for ten minutes, and then rinse/wiped with a paper towel moistened with tap water. The paper towel was more than damp but not so wet that it lost its structural integrity and became useless. All dishes and utensils were wiped and rinsed again after eating.
Lunch: a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and cold water. The peanut butter and jelly were retrieved from their respective jars and applied to the bread with the knife and spoon from the German utensil set. Water was drunk from a stainless steel 40-ounce Klean Kanteen bottle. After use, the knife and spoon were wiped with a Seventh Generation wipe, left for ten minutes, and rinsed with a wet paper towel in the same manner as the breakfast dishes. The Klean Kanteen still had water in it, so was not cleaned.
Dinner: a can of Progresso lentil soup to which I added a generous amount of Sriracha, two sticks of string cheese on the side, and more water. Dessert was three slices of crystallized ginger because I'm addicted to the stuff. The soup was cooked on the Trangia kit and eaten with the German surplus spoon. The pot and spoon were Seventh Generation'd, left for ten minutes, and rinsed after eating.