Tried out my DIY soup can stove today and it worked better than I expected. Frying sausages took only a small handful of twigs and pine cones collected from the forest floor. Much more efficient than a bonfire.

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"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!"

johnjeavons.org/2018/10/07/coo

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