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Submitted: 03-09-2005 by okole

The Thermette is a neat device which allows the kayak camper to use small sticks and twigs to boil water thus saving "canned fuels" for cooking chores. I have found that much of the time heating water for dehydrated foods or for washing dishes uses much of the fuel carried for my stove. The Thermette uses sticks and pine cones to boil 1/2 gal of water in a surprisingly short time. When I take mine on a camping trip with our club, everyone comments on the efficiency of the unit, and ask where can I get one?
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