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Old 04-02-2014
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Re: safe cooking

Originally Posted by Minnesail View Post
Sounds like a great summer!

Does it really take that much longer? ...
Not really. Keeping the cover on the pot has a far larger effect.

Over-all, the cooking times probably are (at most) 15 or 20% longer with a Origo-type stove relative to most propane boat stoves; but if you're in such a rush that 15-20% is gonna be a deal breaker what the f__k are you sailing for?
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