(B) Student Practice for Improvised Metal Cooking Impliment

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  1. americanstrat98

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    Got to a few lessons this week. Here’s my improvised metal cooking implement. Made some pine needle and wintergreen tea too. Check it out

     
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    Twig stove from a small coffee can. Used hammer and nails and a pair of pliers.
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    My "cooking" here is an attempt at charring various natural materials.
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    I made a gasifier stove using the instructions at Make Magazine. Didn’t have a drill so I used a cheap awl and some pliers to make the necessary holes.

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    Works well though the run time is only about 9 to 10 minutes. Will be thinking about scaling this up.
     
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    I made an alcohol stove from two aluminum beer bottles, a pot stand from an old metal clothes hanger and a bush pot from a tomato can and a piece of copper wire for the bail.

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    Took my paper towel holder:
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    Flipped it upside down, jammed it in the ground, and now it's a fire trivet and heating up my chili mac!

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