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  1. General Discussion
    Would like to know who has and USES a wood burning stove not only for heat during winter, but also preferably cooking on it on a regular basis. It does not have to be used all the time for cooking. What I'd like to know is what kind of stove (manufacturer) do you use and what did you pay for...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I currently do all of my cooking including canning in my home on a gas stove. I want to learn how to cook and can outdoors in case I lose power. I keep hearing about the Rocket Stove, wood stoves, propane grills, etc. I have not ever cooked on any of these alternatives. Are these alternatives...
  3. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I am building a small cabin and I would like some suggestions on a wood burning stove to cook and on and heat with. I am in Middle Georgia and it will only be 900 sq.ft. so heat control is important so we don't get run out of the house with heat. I am also looking for a Solar kit that will run...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hello and thanks to all. I am considering getting a Tundra takedown stove fo SHTF emergency heating for my familys A frame house. The sq footage is about 1200ft. I will have to do some mods, but its gotta be better hans freezing to death. Besides there is tons of free firewood in walking...
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    How much firewood should I have too last appox 6 months? I don't have a wood burning stove so most of it would be used for cooking after my propane runs out.
  6. Urban Survival
    Have you given any thought to how you will keep warm next winter? What if, between now and then our cities infrastructure goes to hell and your electric heat pump/gas furnace no longer functions? Do you have a back-up plan? If your back-up plan is to purchase a wood stove maybe you better...
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