Anybody Use a Rocket Stove?
For outdoor cooking I have a large BBQ chef that sits unused because it takes a half bag of charcoal every time I fire it up. I have a small Japanese clay hibachi that works great and only takes about 5 briquettes to cook a full meal. But it still requires charcoal and is only a grill.
I'm looking at building or buying a Rocket stove
(probably building) and was wondering if anyone used one on a regular basis? By all accounts they are SUPER efficient and use a very tiny amount of twigs or cardboard for a given heat output.
...the secret is to bang the rocks together, guys.
That which does not kill you has made a tactical error. --Tayler
Last edited by Bushflyr; 05-25-2011 at 12:28..