I wonder how this stove would fare in this comparison:
"and the 1000 lbs. of wood needed annually can be grown using biologically intensive methods in as little as 625 square feet. It’s a gigantic reduction of the 40,000 square feet it takes to grow the fuel for a regular stove. Imagine all that forest staying wild!"
It is a used pea soup can. Not sure about the volume, I'd guess it's about 1l. I found this to be a pretty nice size but a bigger one could also be good if it doesn't need to be portable.
@RuttokansanTuote Nice! I was asking because I guess that standard soup tin size may be too small to get a hot enough fire going 😁
Yeah, and it could also be a bit too unstable to hold a frying pan or a kettle on top of it.
@RuttokansanTuote yeg good point! If I see one of those bigger cans of something I want, I'll get it.
@RuttokansanTuote I'll try an remember!
I recently built a rocket stove out of liberated bricks but am looking for something to take camping.
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