Top 3 Reasons to stop cooking with propane
by Jonathan F. Pratt
Why keep buying bulky and dangerous propane cylinders for your camping trips when free fuel from mother nature herself is all around you?
You should stop cooking with propane for your camping trips because:
#1 Propane is expensive
#2 Propane cylinders are bulky to carry
#3 Propane is potentially dangerous and explosive
Usually when you go camping, there is an abundance of free fuel you can use for cooking: including branches, twigs, and pine cones. The problem is, in order to use mother natures cooking fuel, you usually have to go through the hassle of finding kindling, then collecting an adequete amount of branches, logs, etc… Next, you would have to break them down to size and set up your pile of wood in a properly cleared space, safe to build a fire. Finally, you have to patiently light the fire and nurse it until it is going strong enough; this assumes you have the right equipment to hold a pot or pan over the fire to begin with.
There has to be a better way!
The good news is: There IS a better way.
Consider The New WoodGas Camp Stove by iENERGY.
Why use the WoodGas camp stove?
The WoodGas stove is the cleanest burning portable camp stove available. The stove is easy to light with a special starter gel and with just a handful of twigs and other forest and tree debris you can pick up from the ground in about a minute will keep you cooking for up to 30 minutes. You will be surprised at just how smokeless and clean burning the Woodgas stove is. The flame is safely contained in the stove until a load of fuel is consumed in 30 minutes or less, adding fuel is easy for longer cooking sessions.
With the WoodGas camp stove you can forget both the hassles and expense of buying expensive and dangerous propane or all the work involved in building an open pit fire for cooking. The WoodGas stove is also excellent for emergency preparedness.
Jonathan F. Pratt
President, iENERGY Inc.
The WoodGas camp stove is a safe, light, compact, clean burning and environmentally friendly alternative to using propane camp stoves.: