How do you burn your sticks?

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How do you burn your sticks?

Post by waterboy » Fri Dec 06, 2013 11:59 am

Thought I'd start a topic on burning wood after Chris from urbangriller suggested that a cast iron hibachi could be used for wood fired cooking.

Wood burners tend to be creative bunch so please post your photos of your wood burners.


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Re: How do you burn your sticks?

Post by urbangriller » Fri Dec 06, 2013 1:26 pm

Wooo....I've got heaps of these!

In my Rocket Stove:

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Re: How do you burn your sticks?

Post by Nath » Fri Dec 06, 2013 3:36 pm

urbangriller wrote:Wooo....I've got heaps of these!

In my Rocket Stove:

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I saw that when i was at yours last time Chris,

Looks cool! any good for wok cooking?
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Re: How do you burn your sticks?

Post by urbangriller » Fri Dec 06, 2013 4:02 pm

Busio90 wrote: I saw that when i was at yours last time Chris,

Looks cool! any good for wok cooking?
Yep....HOT As!

Orange flame is 2000 degrees C and you are cooking right on the flame...nice and hot!

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Re: How do you burn your sticks?

Post by bbqmad » Fri Dec 06, 2013 4:09 pm

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Damn you got sum Kooooolllllllll toys Chris :D

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Re: How do you burn your sticks?

Post by Smokey » Fri Dec 06, 2013 6:34 pm

The story behind that stick burner is quite interesting.
Actually designed as a life saver for poverty stricken communities in disheveled countries.
Actor Mat Damon is also doing real stuff with water.org.
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Re: How do you burn your sticks?

Post by waterboy » Fri Dec 06, 2013 7:42 pm

Smokey Mick wrote:The story behind that stick burner is quite interesting.
Actually designed as a life saver for poverty stricken communities in disheveled countries.
Actor Mat Damon is also doing real stuff with water.org.
Is that the stove that uses a small solar panel to help aid combustion to reduce the incidence of respitory disease?

What's it like to cook on?

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Re: How do you burn your sticks?

Post by urbangriller » Fri Dec 06, 2013 9:07 pm

waterboy wrote:
Smokey Mick wrote:The story behind that stick burner is quite interesting.
Actually designed as a life saver for poverty stricken communities in disheveled countries.
Actor Mat Damon is also doing real stuff with water.org.
Is that the stove that uses a small solar panel to help aid combustion to reduce the incidence of respitory disease?

What's it like to cook on?
It's great to cook on, easy to control and just uses sticks so there is no longer a need to travel long distances to get firewood, more time for agriculture, education and the like. Can also be setup to use charcoal.

As Mick says, designed to be efficient and clean, to reduce the death toll from smoke inhalation from cooking on an open fire inside huts.
We don’t sell them anymore, but when we sold one, another one was shipped to a family in need in a third world country.


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