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Camp Cooking

Discussion in 'Bush Tucker' started by Shady, Jan 4, 2012.

  1. Shady

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    I have been fortunate to grab a couple of bargains here.... the Hexi-stove i recieved for Xmas is ideal for those trips where you want to carry light or make a brew when i'm on my own. The other stove i have purchased is a single burner that is flat in design, so therefore is more stable than other cheap stoves that we used during the late 1980's and early 90's... the stove will be used for cooking on mostly using billy cans that i purchased from a certain auction site for around £30 i got the cooker and billy cans, so there is no way i will be going hungry when out in the field.

    If you go to the Do it your self section you will find the "Shady windproofer" and how it works...
     
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