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    i love trangia ul/ha stoves if i am cooking real food ,but if i am boiling water for a freeze dried meal (god i hate those things!) my current super lightweight stove for that use is the toaks siphoon titanium stove and stand which is fantastic at boiling water only i have never tried it in the winter yet, which is when most lightweight meths stoves crap out unlike the trangia which works fantastic !.i am really looking forward
    to the winter as i can bring my trangia with real food and as it will be cold i do not have to worry about the food going off brilliant
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    Quote Originally Posted by The lesser banishing ritual View Post
    i love trangia ul/ha stoves if i am cooking real food ,but if i am boiling water for a freeze dried meal (god i hate those things!) my current super lightweight stove for that use is the toaks siphoon titanium stove and stand which is fantastic at boiling water only i have never tried it in the winter yet, which is when most lightweight meths stoves crap out unlike the trangia which works fantastic !.i am really looking forward
    to the winter as i can bring my trangia with real food and as it will be cold i do not have to worry about the food going off brilliant


    Lovely! Yeah, I do not actually mind my freeze dried/or just add water pouch meals so much. But only if I can find stuff with absolutely no MSG thrown into the recipe ok! That is a must see given for me there.
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    https://outdoorsmagic.com/advice/out...tove-mistakes/

    Only just this minute noticed this article, so dunno how long it has been there for the reading!
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    My two current winter stoves:
    1. MSR Whisperlite Universal (white gas [petrol] mode)
    2. Trail Designs Sidewinder titanium Caldera Cone W/ Inferno woodturning insert

    The Whisperlite Universal in petrol or kerosene modes do not have adjustable burners so you'll have to carry a heat deflector disc. But this stove is utterly reliable. For summer use the canister mode.

    The Trail Designs Sidewinder Ti stove with its optional Inferno insert becomes the most efficient "gassifier" wood burning stove extant. The Canadian Bushbuddy is very efficient at burning wood but not efficient at using the resultant heat. The Tri-Ti and Sidewinder Caldera Cone stoves make the heat much more concentrated on the pot. The T.D. stove itself is lighter and smaller to pack.

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    Ooooh yummy! Someone else still has their Bushbuddy then! Outstanding bud!Seems you have a stove for pretty much every occasion there then!


    https://backpackinglight.com/categor...your-own-gear/

    Still some lovely stoves stuff on here at link too, for diy project searching folks perhaps out there looking for something stovey to be doing!???
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