A comparison between the two can help you determine which is the better option.
Do you know what I hate about camping? Other than mosquitos? I hate trying to use my regular old kitchen pots and pans on an open fire.
My most recent attempt at this ended with the poor pot being totally scalded and trashed by the end of the trip. But good news… you don’t have to take your everyday stuff into the forest next time you go backpacking.
Pair them with a micro stove and you have the perfect outdoor micro kitchen.
So what’s the difference between these two products? Keep reading to find out which one best fits your needs.
You’ve meticulously thought of every detail—gear, route, food, medical supplies.
You plan to begin hiking just before sunbreak.
You’ll traverse rivers, scale hills and teeter along the passes between them. Eventually it’ll be time to set up camp for the day, and your mind will turn towards that well-deserved meal.
The question is: which wood-burning stove should you use to prepare it? That’s the terrain we’re going to cover today.
Both are great stoves. But depending on your needs, the Solo Stove might just deserve your hard earned protein.
Taking your cooking outdoors is an awesome way to escape the confines of the kitchen and get some fresh air with friends and family in the process.
You can use the ordinary kitchen utensils, of course, but there are cookers made specifically for outdoor cooking.
In fact, there is a wide selection of outdoor cooking appliances designed to make outdoor cooking convenient, comfortable, and fun at the same time.
Are you ready for your camping trip?Have you decided how you’ll prepare your meals?
If you’re not a fan of campfires, one of the most essential items on your checklist should be a camping stove, but do you know how to choose a good one?
When it comes to buying a camping stove, you need to consider factors such as where you’ll be using the stove, the distance you’ll be traveling, durability, cost, and the availability and additional cost of the fuel source required for that stove.
Speaking of fuel, wood is one of the best options. Wood is easy to source even if you’re on the go. It’s also very light, making it ideal for long distance hikes.
Moreover, nothing comes cheaper than free wood in the form of fallen trees or branches. So, it’s a great choice if you don’t like the idea of costly fuels.
These two brands have several models of wood-burning camping stoves, so many, in fact, that we can’t review them all.
Instead, we’re going to compare two of their best-selling units –the Ohuhu Wood-burning Camping Stove and the Solo Stove Lite Wood-burning Backpacking Stove – and see how they stack against up in a camp-cooker showoff.
If you need a quick way to boil water while backpacking or camping, Jetboil makes two excellent models for this purpose. The Jetboil Flash and the smaller Jetboil Zip are awesome cooking systems to use while in the wilderness!
Basically, Jetboilcooking systems are tiny gas stoves with mugs that sit directly on top of them. When not in use, you can pack everything back into the metal mug. These are great for boiling instant meals or just water for coffee.
The Jetboil Flash and the Jetboil Zip are extremely similar models. However, they do have their differences. Which is best for your needs? Read on to see which Jetboil will be best for your next camping excursion.
A cook stove is an indispensable part of your camping collection. These stoves are small enough to pack with you wherever you go, but they have enough power to feed a hungry crowd. Whether you enjoy tailgating or camping, a cook stove is a must-have!
Check out each stove’s features to help you make the right decision purchase decision.
Compact grills are great if you don’t need the cooking capacity of larger BBQs or just don’t have a lot of room to work with (i.e. you live on an upper level apartment with a small patio space).
These two gas grills are two of the most popular compact grills offered by Weber and today we’re going to compare the two of them to help you determine which one is best suited for you.
So, whether you need something that can be tossed into the back of your car or SUV, or you just need something that won’t take up much space on your apartment patio, keep reading.
Appearance wise, they don’t differ too much, but each have their own benefits and drawbacks.
We’ll cover those here as well as explain the differences between the two, so you know which one is right for you.