Energy Resources

How To Make A Penny Can Stove

There are a lot of excellent sources for you to be able to cook or heat your food. But did you know that a soda can can be used in a survival situation? You can easily improvise this portable camp stove by using just a couple of tools that are probably available in your home […]

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Rocket Stove

►     Insulation around the fire keeps the fire burning hot (above 600°C or 1100°F), which is more efficient. ►     Insulation around the chimney increases the draft, which provides a constant supply of air. ►     Wood burns at the tip, and wood is shoved into the fire, controlling the burn rate and reducing smoke. ►     The […]

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Fire Cooking

To build a fire, you want to start with very fine, dry pieces of flammable materials, called “tinder”. This could include moss, shredded paper, birch or cedar bark, or wood shavings. This material is the easiest to light. On top of that you loosely stack larger materials, “kindling”, such as pencil-diameter sticks and twigs or […]

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Solar Windshield Shade Funnel Cooker

What You Will Need ►     Reflective accordion-folding car sunshade ►     Cake rack (or wire frame or grill) ►     12 cm. (4 ½ in.) of Velcro ►     Black pot ►     Bucket or plastic wastebasket ►     Plastic baking bag You can turn a windshield shade into a version of the solar funnel simply by attaching little Velcro […]

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