Leave no flammable paper or glue on the can. Make sure that the can has one end in tact, and one end completely gone. If necessary, finish removing one end with a can opener.
Using a circular container (that is the size in terms of height of the stove you want to build) as your frame, first ensure that it has an opening at the top. Place it where you want to build the stove then around it build a mound of mud made out of clay soil. Ensure that the mound has a groove or tunnel running its length from the container. This tunnel provides the entrance through which fuel is added to the stove. Give the mound time to start drying and remove the container.
Clay can withstand very high temperatures thus making for a good stove.
you dig a whole about hafe a foot deep and start a fire not a big one just a small one then you take three or four stick and lay them on top and you start cooking
well first you have to dig up the ground depending how big the meal your cooking. if its alot of food then you might want to dig a big hole. The half way to the top, you might want to put something that will hold up the food in order to get cooking. and underneath, you can start a small fire. once its all heated up you can put ur meal and start cooking, and at the top you can cover it so that circulation is inside.
by Kelly Kline Burnett 6 years ago
I avoid using salt because I am heart patient and it frustrates my husband to no end.I finally moved the salt out of the cabinet and placed it next to the stove.Silly question, where does your salt and pepper permanently reside? In a cabinet, on the table, on the stove top? And why?
by Michael Willis 7 years ago
I have always seen a difference in the cooking time with foods depending on whether I was using an electric stove top, burners or a gas stove. Same with Electric/Gas ovens. When I use a cook time from a package or recipe on my electric stove or oven, I am always adding more time and tasting to see...
by Remax Debb M 7 years ago
just cooking pumpkin chunks on the stove top, how long do I have to cook it before it actually...takes on the pumpkin taste instead of the sqush taste
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