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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hey all, Ive been looking into picking up a dutch oven for cooking. I was wondering how many of you have made this a part of your bug out / bug in cookware? I know that they will last forever (properly cared for) but they add a lot of weight to a bag. Im also wondering how would you bake in...
  2. 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 -...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    This may best be answered by our military members as most have been deployed recently. But do put in your thoughts everyone. What do you think the best cooking fuel will be after SHTF with shtf on a comparison to a war. I see the news reports from places like Somalia, Afghanistan, *****ia, you...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I've been a little surprised to learn how many folks are prepping for the future with a liquid or gas fueled stove for cooking. I do keep several of the white grill propane tanks stored, but that's for a short term event. For long term I have wood gas/biofuel stoves, but I'm open to other...
  5. Urban Survival
    Possible Survival Situation: You have no electricity and natural gas during a serious SHTF event. You have a sizable amount of food and water but no conventional means(stove, microwave) to prepare yourself some hot meal or comforting beverage. For secrutity reasons, you should not cook...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Its one thing to have a remote camp that you and your family visits on the weekends, its another thing to have this camp prepped and ready to go for a disaster. Having the camp prepped means the difference between having a bug out location, or having a weekend get away. One of the comforts of...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I currently have a Coleman propane stove, and was thinking that this would be my primary method of cooking if I had to bug out. I have been reading other threads on this subject, and am seeing the benefits of having a small charcoal grill as a method of cooking as well. I have narrowed my...
  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. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    anyone considered the idea of cooking and people seeing the smoke or smelling the food after shtf? or is everyone going to use solar cookers. if your plan is to stay out of sight out of mind ( as is mine) I would think smoke would give yourself away. or does it fade out before you think...
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