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Old 04-01-2014
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Re: safe cooking

Originally Posted by captain jack View Post
coal. boy that would take up some space on board and cause some real soot.

actually, if i was to decide to go propane i'd want an outside tank locker and i really don't see the room for that, on my boat. it would just take up too much space. i do think that pressurized alcohol will be my best bet, as you said.
You mean non-pressurized alcohol, right?
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