Cooking

When the electricity fails, one of the first inconveniences noticed is that you can’t go over to your electric stove, toaster, toaster oven or microwave to prepare food to eat. If you have a gas range, you will be able to cook as long as the gas company can keep the gas flowing to your house.

 

One easy solution to this problem is the solar cooker. Solar cookers focus the sun’s rays onto a cooking chamber. The fuel is inexhaustible as long as the sun is shining.

 

The Global Sun Oven is used in over 126 countries around the world. This solar oven cooks at a temperature of 360 degrees F. Besides cooking your meal, the solar cooker can melt snow to use for drinking water. Many people enjoy using it even when electricity is available.

 

Another important option for emergency cooking are backpacking stoves. We carry a variety of Optimus stoves that are top of the line in quality and also lightweight. These stoves would be a good option to add to your 72-hour backpack.

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