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Biolite To the Rescue!

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Multifarious
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Biolite To the Rescue!

Postby Multifarious » Sun May 18, 2014 3:31 am

This is our Biolite camp stove with the grill attachment. Last week we ran out of propane for the BBQ so we whipped this little guy out and boy it did it cook up our steaks nicely! All we used to get this thing cooking were twigs from our backyard! If needed, we could have charged our cellphones with the heat from it that converts to electricity! We could have also used our Coleman camp stove but we wanted to save the little propane tanks. Besides, this was way more fun to use as it is one of our new(ish) preps! :D
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Glockman1
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Re: Biolite To the Rescue!

Postby Glockman1 » Mon May 19, 2014 12:55 am

That is a nice rig....been debating on wether to get one myself.

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Multifarious
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Re: Biolite To the Rescue!

Postby Multifarious » Sun May 25, 2014 4:35 am

I definitely recommended it for a back up to back up or for if you like to go hiking. It also makes for some stealthy cooking since no smoke is made while using it.
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Re: Biolite To the Rescue!

Postby Kuebakbo » Thu Sep 03, 2015 9:54 am

I read it's hit me yet.
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