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post #32 of Old 12-22-2010
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never said i wanted it for inside cabin would be just fine on deck or on the beach doesn't require any outside plumbing uses disposable tanks and the thread was originally about making a BBQ grill into an oven so on deck not in cabin. it looks like Good replacement for my gasoline Coleman beach/camp stove. in cabin requires attentiveness while cooking and ventilation for the cooking appliance. you look at a propane stove made for boats or RVs you will see almost identical warnings about ventilation and not safe for comfort heating. as far as the dutch oven its a great idea just asking how many people have dealt extensively with cast iron in a marine saltwater environment i find that i have to wash the rust out before each use regardless of oiling and seasoning. also many places i go there are no camp fires allowed.

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