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A Survival Stove


A small portable butane stove is an excellent addition to any bug out gear.

A small backpackable stove that can use many different fuels is perfect for a go bag.

I used my campstove oven on a wood stove to bake cookies, cake, biscuits and cornish game hens

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A survival stove will enable you to boil water in a small container and with very little fuel
Survival Stove

A good example of a survival stove is a soda can stove that is very easy to make, lightweight and easy to use.

This stove can be used for other things as well. You may need some sort of survival stove to help you cook your food, whether you’ve harvested your food from the wilderness around you or you packed it in. It can also be used to purifiy water before you drink it, eliminating any fear of bacteria and other nasties.

If you have brought survival food with you, you might decide to use a camp stove as a means to help you make the food palatable. Some survival food just requires that you re-hydrate the food with water. To do this you need a survival stove, such as a coffee can stove, to boil the water you will use.

 

As stated above if you do not have a survival stove with you the option of making one exists. Having a survival stove is importantwhether you have brought food with you or if you just need to boil water. You need to make sure you are protecting yourself from bacteria that may affect your system.

Bacteria can be found in water and food sources in the wilderness. To avoid a calamity you need to have a survival stove with you or make one when you are on the trail. The best way to ensure your protection from bacteria is to create a checklist before heading out to the wilderness. Make sure you have a survival stove on the list.

A survival stove like the one pictured above is inexpensive, light-weight and easy to carry. It's a suitable personal stove that can do the job with a long term fuel source like a 120 hour candle. There are options for a survival stove that fit within this same easy to manage inexpensive budget. However, other more elaborate stoves are included in 72-hour kit with solar upgrade or assembled from many additional parts carried in to an area by multiple backpackers.

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