Re: Coleman stove in the cockpit?
You're right. You still have to cook dinner with your alky stove. I don't need to slave over a stove with a Snickers Bar, I can just peel it and eat it. No pots or dishes to wash and stow, either.
And actually, if you light a Snickers bar on fire, you'll probably get proportionately more BTU's out of it than you do, comparing a 6000 but alky burner to an 18,000 btu propane burner. Not as good as the hexane tablets, though. (VBG)
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