Cat-O-Fire: prototype isopropyl alcohol stove

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Re: Cat-O-Fire: prototype isopropyl alcohol stove

Post by zelph » Tue May 18, 2010 8:28 pm

Kilts..........I was thinking of Bavaria or Scotland or maybe Germany, they wear kilts for festive occasions. Some customs rub off on neighboring countries. I've heard of guys wearing them on the trails out in California and Washington.

Blood sausage......now that's good stuff fried in butter and topped off with catchup. :D They should dehydrate that and export it to my house :lol:
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Post by ConnieD » Tue May 18, 2010 8:56 pm

Maybe, apart from hunting, things related to cooking mushrooms, dandelion or stinging nettle (the nettle is also used to bake bread on it), but using this are worldwide ideas.
I have never heard of nettles and baking... any examples? pictures? recipes?

The forests sound really excellent there: rich in game large and small.

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Post by zelph » Tue May 18, 2010 9:09 pm

A little south of Poland, I was stationed in France for 1.5 years and in the woodlands near my humble abode were many flying squirrels. I would go to the wood many times just to view those little critters glide from tree to tree. They also had a glow in the dark fungus that grew at the base of trees, kid you not!!!!
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Post by Q_x » Wed May 19, 2010 2:42 am

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Post by ConnieD » Wed May 19, 2010 5:04 pm

Is this even close?
http://www.foodreference.com/html/carro ... bread.html

How is the isopropyl alcohol stove going? Does it have a strong odor? Smoke? Soot? Burn clean?

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Post by Q_x » Thu May 20, 2010 4:42 am

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Post by zelph » Thu May 20, 2010 12:32 pm

I took a lesson to have 1/2 inch gap between the bottom of a cup and the top of the stove - no matter what the stove really is, this reduces the deposit to 1-5% (meaning: there is some brown residue on the bottom of the pot and if there is a soot - the deposit is really small enough to clean it with finger).
Thank you for the recipe and for sharing the lesson you learned about the 1/2 inch gap. That principal can be seen by lowering the pot support on the Super Stove so other fuels can be used.(3/8 inch)
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Post by ConnieD » Thu May 20, 2010 12:40 pm

Nice! I have got to try that: the bread and the isopropyl alcohol.

I just had Google Translates translate that website link. There are great recipes over there!

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Polish bread recipies, why not

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Post by zelph » Fri May 21, 2010 11:07 am

ConnieD wrote:Nice! I have got to try that: the bread and the isopropyl alcohol.

I just had Google Translates translate that website link. There are great recipes over there!
It's a good guy site, they can learn a lot, we need to do more baking.
If you wish to bake something and the translator fails to do its job - I can help, PM me, I'll translate.
Thank you for that offer. I like your cooking method for blood sausage(Blood sausage, fried on pork grease with onions, plus a pickled cucumber - this is how it goes here. )
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