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When rustic camping, overlanding or on an extended expedition a great way to cook efficiently using less fuel and reducing smoke in a free and sustainable, low-impact way ...
We're doing this in the desert southwest so we have plenty of clay soil that makes a good stove. We first set to mixing some soil with water. ...
We used some sustainably and legally harvested saguaro ribs this time but any sticks will work. Using green sticks is best as they don't burn off as easily ...
Into a horseshoe shape. The free arms will eventually be a pot or griddle support
We're using a found piece of steel as a griddle. Mud it in to place.
These will be the structure around which we'll build a chimney
It's not 100%vital that you protect all the sticks from fire but you do want them to hold the structure long enough so it has time to dry.
At this point you can start smoothing the outside of the stove. After the sticks burn off the top of the stove can be molded to hold a ...
Cleaner burning. Contained fire at 0 material cost?! Brilliant. This works best in primitive and survival living conditions. A modified version of this can be made on a ...
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