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Hi Kena, great point about the Instapot.  I'll change it and I'm sure we'd've approved anyone who used a similar pressure cooker.

I think Paul doesn't like the camping rocket stoves.  I can't recall why.  But there is a BB in Rocket for Build and cook food on a Dakota stove.  That doesn't require any fabrication and you could get two BBs for one bit of cooking...
 
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Obviously, I will never get any of these. Hay bale cooking? Sure, always wanted to try it. Solar dehydrating? Sure, that’s why I kept the Rodale plan book for oh, 10 years. But I’m not very interested in much of the rest of it. Not far enough along Paul’s scale, and as far as I can tell, never will be.
 
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Jennie Little wrote:Obviously, I will never get any of these. Hay bale cooking? Sure, always wanted to try it. Solar dehydrating? Sure, that’s why I kept the Rodale plan book for oh, 10 years. But I’m not very interested in much of the rest of it. Not far enough along Paul’s scale, and as far as I can tell, never will be.



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