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post #28 of Old 09-19-2012
barefootnavigator
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Re: Alcohol Stove - Non-Pressurized

So if I can't cook with propane, CNG, LPG, whatever, I'll opt for a single-burner butane cooker and just try very hard not to blow myself up with it. Or eat cold food.

I have a butane cooker and have to admit that i try very hard not to blow myself up everytime I cook. I find with my steamer I can cook for 5 minutes, shut it off for 15 and my dinner is perfectly cooked, I feel like 7 minues is the max you can safely cook on Butane, the smaller diamiter your pot the better
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