Cooking with my Rocket Stoven

Aug 16, 2016

Written by Debbie Robertson, my wife and prepping partner. She is an excellent cook, both indoors and outdoors. Practicing cooking skills in preparation for a grid down situation has been a priority of mine. I knew that in a real grid down situation we would all be stressed, burn lots of...

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Posted By Debbie Robertson

Keeping Cool, Water, Parade of Tents and a Mouse Trap

Aug 10, 2016

The 2016 Tifie Camp provided some great lessons about keeping cool, water, parade of tents and a mouse trap.  Keeping Cool At the July camp it was in the 90s every day. Most of the tents were in the sun all day long. Fortunately there was a breeze in the...

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Posted By Michael Robertson

Day One at the 2016 Prepper Campout, and Tips on How to Set Up a Wall Tent

Aug 01, 2016

The camp didn't officially open until Monday until most campers arrive. If this were a normal, short term camp, I would arrive Monday, set up my minimal gear, and get ready to enjoy the week. But this camp is not normal. This is a camp for preppers to learn how to...

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Posted By Michael Robertson

Why I Invented the Rocket Stoven

Jul 06, 2016

by Kevin Card, a great friend and extraordinary prepper I have cooked outdoors with various methods for 50+ years. Each method has its positives and negatives. But I had found no solution that met all the criteria that are important when long-term off-grid cooking. I love rocket stoves for cooking. They use...

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Posted By Kevin Card