The flame is harder to see with propane-butane mix, so it is easy to get it too hot, but with a little practice, I've been able to cook some decent meals. I started easy--with beans and scrambled eggs for the kids--and worked my way up to some rather nice rice meals.
I find that one-pot meals are easiest, accompanied by whatever else is readily available (bread or fresh vegetables form the last town/village?).
The ThermoPro can be used with normal pans. I would imagine that with a little effort, one could find a fold-up camping pan set that the ThermoPro could be packed into.
pedalsheep wrote:whereas gas cylinders are a fixed size
You can get them water bottle-sized & people sometimes carry them in bottle cages. There are also bottle cages designed for carrying a couple of different sizes of gas canister (which actually come in several sizes).