By Sigrid Olson

Woodstoves - Not Just for Staying Warm!


January 4, 2018

Sigrid Olson, Pathfinder

Steak and eggs cooking along with green beans and soup.

Camping indoors when the power is out has the potential for creativity when it comes to eating healthy and staying hydrated. Woodstoves are a great resource not only for keeping warm and drying snow clothes but also for cooking.

Clean snow collected and set by woodstoves can be used for cooking, handwashing and toilet flushing.

Line the bottom outside of pans with tinfoil for tidiness and do not use pans that have plastic handles. Cast iron or all metal pots and pans are best but must be used with potholders.

The heat put out by woodstoves varies by the size of the stove and intensity of th...

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