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It really wouldn''t be practical at all unless you ran a genset while you ran the stove.
When you''re on the hook the game you play is to watch every amp to KEEP from running the genset as much as possible, with the goal of charging things up during any required motoring the next day.
We''re energy hogs, with TV, VCR, computers, hair dryers and microwaves, but there''s NO WAY we would drain one amp on an electric stove. Nope, propane does the job just fine.