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Of course, you can use a good sized pressure cooker as a dutch oven if you remove the lid gasket and keep the pressure valve open.
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newhall--that is first one i have seen not going on top of stove-- could have definite positive bennies.....might just get one for spare....
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thinking about it as shore camp replacement to my coleman gas stove. just found it and runs on small cylinders like my bbq at home.
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I've tried "stove-top ovens" a few times (mainly car-camping), and I found that they seem to take a lot of time and fuel to work. They never seem to get very hot either (for roasting, et cetera). But, perhaps others are better at operating them than I.
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There's attachment you can purchase to put in place of the coals in the round magmas, then a pizza stone on the grill itself, and there you have it. Just be careful the temp isn't to high or you will crack the stone

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This one will fit the round magma 15"

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magma has 2 interiors--a rings one for stove effects and the coals looking one that is good for burning meat. the rings are spozed to be great for cooking coffee and stuff in pans-- but the fire doesnt stay lit when wind comes to it----difficult at best to keep it on a windy day.
does tjmaxx sell pizza stones?/ or does target?? i wont buy in worst marine for 400 percent markup anything i can find in a less pricy place. never pay retail! much less retail plus 400 percent!!!
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This one will fit the round magma 15"

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now that is a more reasonable price,thankyou!!both linkies were kmart..is good ... ones near me are high in pricing,but we dont have kmart, for some reason...
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Im sure Target, Wal Mart, etc have em, I bought mine at a grocery store.
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