Wood Fired Cook Stove

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Wood Fired Cook Stove

Post by spoiledpussy » Mon Jan 20, 2014 9:06 am

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Here is our new cook stove, we are doing all of our cooking on it. So far it's been great! Bread, Bagels, veggie burgers, stir fry, coffee and the best popcorn I have ever eatin'. Working on going entirely off the grid this year. First step down. Next step downsize the fridge so it won't pull as much electricity. oh yeah and it keeps the house nice and warm since it has been so cold here lately...
"morse code on mushrooms"

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Post by Claud601 » Mon Nov 17, 2014 12:16 pm

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Post by xdugef » Wed Nov 19, 2014 5:24 pm

I'll be firing up my own wood stove soon.. for the 2-3 months is actually chilly here in LA LA land

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Post by spoiledpussy » Sun Dec 21, 2014 7:25 am

When you cook over a 600 degree stove it gives the saying "cooking over a hot stove" new meaning no electric or gas stove is as hot. I made thanksgiving stuffing on/in it. Heats the house amazingly also. :D
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Post by Claud601 » Mon Dec 22, 2014 10:11 am

how do you regulate the temp on that?

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Post by spoiledpussy » Mon Dec 22, 2014 9:58 pm

Claud601 wrote:how do you regulate the temp on that?
It's a guess and check method.. If I'm cooking on top I want it hot for boiling or stir frying, the oven is more difficult as usually 600 is too hot so you let the wood burn down and either use different types of wood (some burn hotter) or use less or more depending on the desired temp. Once you get a feel for it getting temp right isn't that difficult.
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Post by spoiledpussy » Mon Dec 22, 2014 10:00 pm

Claud601 wrote:how do you regulate the temp on that?
It's a guess and check method.. If I'm cooking on top I want it hot for boiling or stir frying, the oven is more difficult as usually 600 is too hot so you let the wood burn down and either use different types of wood (some burn hotter) or use less or more depending on the desired temp. Once you get a feel for it getting temp right isn't that difficult.
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Post by spoiledpussy » Mon Dec 22, 2014 10:00 pm

Claud601 wrote:how do you regulate the temp on that?
It's a guess and check method.. If I'm cooking on top I want it hot for boiling or stir frying, the oven is more difficult as usually 600 is too hot so you let the wood burn down and either use different types of wood (some burn hotter) or use less or more depending on the desired temp. Once you get a feel for it getting temp right isn't that difficult.
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Post by xdugef » Wed Dec 31, 2014 7:17 am

spoiledpussy wrote:
Claud601 wrote:how do you regulate the temp on that?
It's a guess and check method.. If I'm cooking on top I want it hot for boiling or stir frying, the oven is more difficult as usually 600 is too hot so you let the wood burn down and either use different types of wood (some burn hotter) or use less or more depending on the desired temp. Once you get a feel for it getting temp right isn't that difficult.
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