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derouen6

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HOT plate.

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derouen6 wrote:

HOT plate.

what advantage does a hot plate have?

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The toilet...


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philh wrote:

derouen6 wrote:

HOT plate.

what advantage does a hot plate have?


Most of our camping is in public campgrounds: state parks, COE, forest service, etc, rarely private cgs. I search diligently to find cgs with electricity. We have dry camped many, many times, just like the convenience of power. That being said, we cook a lot, I mean a lot, always outside, the hot plate is my stove. Don’t have to worry about the wind blowing out the flame on propane stove . I even carry a spare.

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We use our oven a lot. Don't bake a lot at home, too many carbs in most baked stuff, so when we travel we mostly throw healthy diet to the wind. Anything Krusteaz sells is good for this cowboy.


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The toilet...


[emoticon] - One of many 2nd.... "use ALL the time/s"...

FIRST = Steps to get into the RV for that, & other "stuff".

BTW - was the OP "pulling our chain" with this thread?..[emoticon]

Maybe time for a Mod to .......flush !!..[emoticon]


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Stainless steel pressure cooker.
Saves lots of propane, and cooks a one-pot (one pot to clean) meal quick and taste wonderful. But, rice still needs the full time to cook, so I cook 30 minutes, shut off gas, and let sit un-fired for the remaining 15 mins, pressure will remain for at least 10 of those and cook the rice.

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Non-rice meals all cook super quick, so use very little propane for boondocking.

Also, Superfan runs all day, all night sometimes. I have two. One pushes, one pulls.

* This post was edited 06/05/19 07:02pm by ajriding *

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I have a couple of BLACKSTONE GRIDDLES.
We carry a small 17" Griddle when we camp. I leave the 36" at home.
(I cook outside when I can)
With a little practice you can cook a heck of a lot on the griddle.
I confess that I also take a 22" Weber grill grate that I sometimes
use on the Blackstone instead of the Griddle.

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