I am debating between several options in terms of cookers for my contest 30 mk1. It must be gimbaled because i am planning to cruise extensively and in conditions that may sometimes be too rouge for me to really be able to cook on a non gimbaled stove. i have a coleman camping stove one of the dual fuel ones, and i have a forespar mini galley. i like that the mini galley has a fully gimbaled potholder i.e it is gimbaled in all directions as opposed to most stoves which only compensate for the yawing of a boat. My question is, the forespar mini galley uses litle propane tanks and i really don't like propane, could i take the burner part of of it and attach it to my Coleman camping stove which i believe can be made to burn kerosene, or simple gasoline, or should i buy an alcohol stove, and build a gimbaled mount for it, i have seen this done on an ericson 27. Another alternative i suppose would be if i could convert the mini galley to burn something other than propane. I just dont like the idea of propane on my boat.