Propane stove – Propane camping stoves are used by backpackers and campers to cook food and water to boil. They are also useful to keep at home when light goes, if you normally rely on an electric stove. Propane can emit gases that are toxic to humans and animals. As a result, propane canisters used with stove should be stored outdoors both at home and at campsite, should there be a slow leak.
Think about how you will use propane stove before you buy one. If you are going to cook several foods, it is a good idea to buy a stove with at least two burners. Unlike home ranges, however, propane gas cookers are not standard sizes, so you want to make sure that your stove will fit size pots you want to use on each burner. A pot of coffee and a small pan or sauce pan will fit in standard stoves; you need a large or extra large stove to fit a large pot or pan of values.
If you are going to use propane stove for camping, try it at home before your first camping trip, preferably with same recipes that you will be using at campsite. This will help you determine if any adjustments to time, equipment, or ingredients are necessary. Be careful when moving pots on stove, as field stoves are not as stable as home ranges.