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Originally Posted by AsanaCycles View Post
stoves... ya no doubt, you can go round and round about stoves.

http://www.asanacycles.com/Asana_Cyc...her_stove.html

I've been using this Packafeather stove...
the reality is that my cooking has changed.

in the past I've even used a tipi and wood burning stove...
so there is the whole gamut to pour over...

my latest preference is to go lite
therefore I rarely cook, and if I'm inclined to do so, I'm quick to simply make a stove out of a soda can.
Sort of the polar opposite of the high-tech, extra cool packafeather is the super cat stove, my personal choice. 46 cents plus a homemade wind screen. I prefer it to the pop-can stoves that need a separate pot stand to hold the pot up above the flame. Like Staehpj1 said in an earlier post, the yellow cans of Heet are available at most gas stations, in a nice 12oz container.
Everything you could ever want to know about the cat stove, and more, and then even more, and then stuff you really didn't want to know, is here. http://jwbasecamp.com/Articles/SuperCat/index.html
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