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Make a multi-fuel hiking stove, pot & cup from a double wall stainless steel thermos. This stove can use solid fuel (Esbit), Gel fuel (Sterno), Alcohol burner, and small wood. When hiking in the forest & you are not allowed to have ground fires, you do not need to pack fuel, you can collect & use dead wood.

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Audio Alchemy (author)2011-04-29

Very nice!! Reminds me of a camp (storm) kettle. I MUST make one! Is there a instructable for your idea?

rjpier61 (author)Audio Alchemy2011-06-16

I'm sorry but I don't but there are youtube videos. Search "make thermos camp stove"

Home-Business (author)2011-06-15

This looks awesome do you have a step by step instructions on how you made this? I would really like to make one, I just started doing backpacking and this would be the best kitchen/oven kit I have seen yet.

rjpier61 (author)Home-Business2011-06-16

I'm sorry but I don't but there are youtube videos. Search "make thermos camp stove"

wilgubeast (author)2011-03-30

That looks helpful. Especially in forest fire country.

rjpier61 (author)wilgubeast2011-03-30

Thank you for your comment.

I wanted to make a form of hobo stove that was truly multi-fuel, safe yet compact. This was my 1st but I plan to make others for testing...

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