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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    some interesting ideas for improvised emergency stoves using bricks; certainly not something that'll go into your BOB but in the back of a truck or prepositioned at a BOL especially if they are inconspicuously scattered for quick reassembly; and finally the first one i saw and the one i am...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Well to start off I thank you for any responses you have. My question is why are rocket stoves such a big thing. Other type cooking devices seem so much simpler and easier, for example the soda can alcohol stove. Rocket stoves seem impractical. For one what I have seen is they need a lot off...
  3. Book Reviews
    Looks interesting, has anyone here picked up a copy and tried any of the recipes? delightful video promo; as i looked over the site it looks a standard cookbook with survivalist/zombie themed recipe names. Any...
  4. Vendor Deals
    We now offer the Emberlit Stainless Steel & Titanium Camp Stoves! Emberlit Titanium Ultralite Stove: Emberlit Stainless Steel Stove: We have them on special...
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    The thread about cooking smells & masking them after things go south got me to thinking on another matter. For those of us that live in urban areas what do we do with our trash? Eating & daily living is going to generate some. All people would have to do is watch what other people are throwing...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Last weekend my family and I had a cookout, some of yall might have seen the video posted on youtube. The menu included crawfish, sausage, boundain, chips, dip,,,, and other odds and ends. While the crawfish were being cooked, I kept thinking of uses for the large pot the crawfish where in -...
  7. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    ~This is a part of Wilderness Living Week~ This video will show you how to quickly make a broiling stick that you can use to cook various things over the fire with. I made this video. tell me what you think.
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Just curious what stoves anyone else has in their stockpiles for an off the grid, shtf or just plain outdoors use. I have a few old all brass stoves that run on Kero that I use - can handle long term fuel storage - not really temp affected - wont rust - and the stoves have only 2 seals that...
  9. Urban Survival
    Talking about cooking for people that have evacuated to your house or cooking after a disaster.
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