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Off-grid Cooking Methods
Eight ways to cook off the grid without power!

How to cook off-grid without power.
When the power's down and you need to cook off grid it's good to
have a variety of methods. Off-grid cooking equipment is a
necessary survival item if you're a prepper!

Preppers always have a contingency plan for cooking with no
power including using a fire pit, solar oven, rocket stove,
kerosene, propane or butane gas stove. Below are the off-grid
cooking methods to cook your emergency foods when the power's
down...

Eight Off-grid Cooking Methods
When the power goes down, are you ready? Discover cooking with
no power using a biomass, dutch oven, solar oven, rocket stove,
propane and gas stoves. Be prepared to cook off grid!

Method #1: Wood biomass ovens and rocket stoves.
One of the basic ways to cook off grid is with wood and biomass.
With a few twigs you can fuel your cellphone, heat your meal,
purify water or warm up! With a rocket stove, you'll use wood,
biomass and charcoal with no gas or propane necessary. The
Volcano 3 Collapsible Grill stove, pictured right, has tri-fuel
capability which sets it apart from all other outdoor cooking
options because you can  cook whatever you want, whenever you
want. Switch between propane, charcoal, or wood in just seconds!

Here are some of our favorte biomass ovens and stoves:

  • Fire pit with a dutch oven. At the most basic level of off-
    grid cooking preppers can dig a shallow trench for a fire to
    shelter the flames from wind. This is the pioneer method
    with which to cook foods. Fuel sources in a fire pit can be
    charcoal, wood or even dung!

  • Dutch Oven: Essential for this method of off-grid
    cooking is a dutch oven (a cast iron pot with a lid
    pictured left) to place on the fire pit. Use a dutch oven
    to cook pie, bread, cobblers, casseroles, baked beans,
    stew, cakes and more. Learn more about cast iron
    cookware by Lodge.

  • Reflector Oven: With a campfire reflector oven, you can
    bake using an open fire. Pictured in green right,
    pioneers baked breads in a reflector oven. Scouts also
    appreciate this classic cooking method. It bakes by
    capturing radiant heat from an open fire and then
    reflects the heat towards your food.

  • BioLite Wood Burning Camp stoves. Turn fire into electricity
    with the Biolite! The BioLite wood burning camp stove
    powers most USB-chargeable devices including smartphones.
    In about 20 minutes of charging with a strong fire they will
    give you about 60 minutes talk time on most smartphones.
    During a full burn, the CampStove can boil 1 liter of water in
    as little as 4.5 minutes. Best of all, the CampStove weighs
    about 2 pounds and is about the same size as a 2-liter
    Nalgene water bottle  An internal starter battery helps kick-
    start the wood fire before the stove begins generating its
    own power

    BioLite's patented core technology captures waste heat from
    the fire through a heat probe attached to the orange
    powerpack. Heat converts into electricity by thermoelectric
    generator. This powers a fan and sends electricity to a USB
    charging port and stores excess power in the internal
    battery. The interal fan injects air back into the burn
    chamber to dramatically improve combusion and create a
    cleaner more efficient burn.

  • EcoZoom Versa Rocket Stove. EcoZoom Versa rocket stove,
    pictured slightly lower right, offers the flexibility to cook with
    wood, charcoal, or solid biomass fuel in a rugged and durable
    design. A super-high efficiency portable cook stove, it has a
    fully insulated vertical combustion chamber forces gases to
    mix with flames when in use, decreasing harmful emissions
    while boasting tremendous fuel efficiency. This means you
    can use less fuel to increase cooking times and you won’t
    get smoke in your face! The Versa doesn’t require a lot of
    wood and charcoal to cook an entire meal, which makes it a
    very eco-friendly outdoor cooking option. The EcoZoom Versa
    is highly rated, extremely durable, long-lasting and energy
    efficient. The Versa uses wood, charcoal or solid biomass as
    fuel. Great for outdoor camping, hiking and even emergency
    preparedness.

  • Grover Heavy Duty Rocket Stove. The ultimate prepper
    rocket stove is the Grover heavy duty rocket stove.  It solves
    the problem of cooking when your propane runs out, and you
    don't have large quantities of wood to devote to cooking. Of
    course you need some alternate source of combustible
    material. Wood works great but in conventional wood burning
    stoves you will waste a great deal of wood in heat energy
    that didn't go towards cooking the food. This Heavy Duty
    Grover Rocket Stove eliminated that problem entirely by
    allowing you to use small twigs, leaves, and pretty much any
    dry plant matter will do, such as weeds, dry sage brush, etc.

  • Kelly Kettle. If you are camping and want a convenient quick
    way to heat up your water for hydrating food, a cup of coffee
    or for personal use, the large Kelly Kettle (Base Camp) is an
    ideal solution. It will deliver about 7 cups of ho water in just
    a few minutes.  Backpackers and hikers love the Kelly Kettle
    for its light weight and natural fuel burning ability. Never
    worry about carrying heavy fuel in your backpack again. An
    essential element of any emergency preparedness plan is
    being able to obtain pure water, which the Kelly Kettle does
    brilliantly and effectively! Without access to other types of
    fuel such as gas or propane, it may be difficult to get pure
    water. Since the Kelly Kettle uses only natural fuels, in a
    disaster you most likely will still have access to ample
    natural fuel in order to boil and purify water for drinking,
    cooking and personal hygiene.

  • Solo Stove. The Solo Stove uses twigs, leaves, pinecones and
    wood as fuel, which eliminates the need to carry heavy,
    polluting and expensive canister fuels. Plus it boils water in
    as little as two minutes. Designed with a double wall, the
    Solo Stove has unique airflow properties which makes it
    extremely efficient. The air intake holes on the bottom of the
    stove channel air to the bottom of the fire while at the same
    time, channels warm air up between the walls of the stove.
    This burst of preheated oxygen feeding back into the firebox
    through the smaller holes at the top of the stove causes a
    secondary combustion. This allows the fire to burn more
    complete which is why there is very little smoke during full
    burn. A more efficient burn also means you'll use much less
    wood compared to an open camp fire. The solo stove is the
    #1 wood-burning camping stove recommended by Backpacker
    Magazine and serious survivalists including Discovery
    Channel's Matt Graham.

  • Volcano Collapsible Cook Stove. An unbelievably cool cook
    stove, the Volcano Collapsible Cook Stove takes either
    propane, charcoal, or wood! How's that for versatility?
    Designed in the USA, it's the tri-fuel capability which sets it
    apart from all other outdoor cooking options. This portable
    cook stove collapses to 5” and includes a storage bag. This
    is a highly popular cookstove with preppers. The Volcano
    Collapsible Cook Stove is hands down the  most popular
    camping stove of HappyPreppers.com readers judging by
    sales.

  • VitalGrill Survival Stove. The VitalGrill Survival Stove picture
    below is eco-friendly. Use any Solid Biological Material
    Available as fuel: wood, paper, cardboard, twigs, straw,
    natural fibers, animal dung, any combustible waste, and also
    charcoal. Best of all, the VitaGrill Survival stove is designed
    to deliver life-saving heat in extreme situations.

Method #2:  Folding Stove / Hobo stove.
With a folding stove or hobo stove you have mixed fuel options
including charcoal, biomass, sterno, paraffin wax, Esbit fuel).
Some stoves offer a variety of fuel options. Below are stoves that
accept charcoal, a sterno or biomass as fuel sources:

  • Bushbox Outdoor Pocket stove. Pictured immediate right
    the Bushbox Outdoor Pocket Stove, fits into any pocket multi-
    fuel, can be used with wood, organic matter, Trangia and
    fuel tablets. Use renewable resources like twigs, leaves, pine
    cones, wood shavings, feathers, cotton pads, or other
    organic matter; Wood pellets, charcoal, and dried animal
    dung are also great, fast burning options. The Bushbox works
    with almost any fuel including alcohol burners, gel cans,
    standard Trangia burners, as well as Esbit and hexamine
    tablets (use the special base plate position or turn the
    Bushbox upside down)

  • Esbit folding stove. The Esbit folding stove with fuel tabs
    pictured right is an awesome beginner stove. Each Esbit fuel
    tab can burn about 12 minutes each, which is more than
    enough to handle your cooking needs, like boiling water. The
    beauty of this system is that it's a compact stove made of
    durable galvanized steel that fits in your pocket. The stove
    set, pictured right with the included fuel tabs is around
    $10.99 and with available free shipping! Quick to Boil, the
    Esbit 14 g solid fuel tablets are able to boil 500 ml of water
    in about 8 minutes – the perfect amount for a freeze-dried
    meal.

  • Tin can charcoal stove. You can configure a classic charcoal
    tin can stove from a #10 can in your preps. Also, called a
    hobo stove or a buddy burner, you'll need two sturdy wire
    screens, a roll-type can opener, a punch type can opener and
    wire for a handle, in addition to a #10 can. When you're
    done, you'll need just 3 or 4 charcoal briquettes to operate.
    Here's how to make a tin can charcoal stove.
  1. Remove the top and bottom of the can.
  2. Create circulation air holes with the punch type can
    opener.
  3. Make two holes on the top at either end, then tie a wire
    handle.
  4. Push one of the sturdy wire screens down the can to
    make a grate to keep charcoal near the top for cooking
  5. Place the other at the top to support pots.

    Many preppers have modified the tin can stove method:



  • Buddy Burner (noun). Also called a "Vagabond Burner," a
    buddy burner is a home made fuel source for cooking. A
    popular buddy burner is made with Paraffin wax that's melted
    and poured into a tuna can that's filled with rolled cardboard.
    The device is then placed underneath a ventilated coffee
    can, which serves as a stove to the buddy burner.


Method # 3 Sterno (alcohol) Stoves.
Sterno is a great beginning camper tool. It is best at heating
things up, or boiling water to make soup, and hot drinks like tea
and coffee. Sterno is a brand name. It has low heating power, so
you'll need more Sterno to cook a meal than with other times of
fuel. Even so, Sterno is a great way to get started in prepping.
Sterno is safer than liquid fuels and you'll find they are easy to
store and inexpensive,and fun! Sterno brand cooking fuel is non-
toxic, biodegradable and water soluble.

Can you use a sterno in an apartment in the event of an
emergency power outage? Yes! Sterno is a similar fuel used in
chafing dishes to keep casseroles warm in buffets and keeps the
fondue pot filled with melty cheese. Sterno Smores! Pictured left,
Left you'll see how you can roast marshmallows, in the best
Smores party idea ever!

  • Sterno Cooking Kit. Sterno brand cooking fuel is non-toxic,
    biodegradable and water soluble. The Sterno Kit is a good
    entry level option for cooking  outdoors when the power is
    out or for taking your first outdoor camping adventure.

  • Coghlan's Folding Stove (sterno, paraffin wax). Coghlan's
    Folding Stove, pictured right, is convenient and easy to use.
    It burns Coghlan's Camp Heat or any other type of canned
    fuel, such as a home-made paraffin wax fuel made from a
    tuna can. Try also fuel tablets! It folds nicely and is an ideal
    emergency cooking option.

Method # 4: Alcohol Stove (liquid).
With an alcohol stove, unlike the petroleum fuel options, you can
easily put out a fire with water! Alcohol stoves also have the
benefit of being lightweight. Unfortunately, fuels aren't as easy
to find as other fuels.

  • The Esbit Alcohol Stove & Trekking Cookset. Pictured
    immediate right, the Esbit Alcohol Stove and Trekking
    Cookset, pictured right is made of extremely light, hard-
    anodized aluminum. While aluminum has its dangers, the
    lightweight and compact nature of this set makes it hard to
    pass. It will be a great addition to a bugout bag. You can't
    beat the deal. The set of cookware and stove is just $40!

Method #5: Charcoal Stove or Box Oven.
Cooking with charcoal briquettes is the classic backyard or park
cooking option. Another cooking method for charcoal is with box
oven. A box oven combined with charcoal can help you bake
cookies, cakes and pizza.

  • Basic Cardboard Box Oven:
  1. Wrap foil on inside of open box.
  2. Cut a view opening (box bottom).
  3. Place coals in the fire pit.
  4. Position four cans and a rack.
  5. Light the coals.
  6. Place your dish on the rack.
  7. Monitor cooking through window.


  • Coleman Box oven. Borrowing on the idea of the classic
    cardboard box oven is the Coleman box oven, pictured
    immediate left. Place the Coleman box oven, on top of a
    Coleman two- or three-burner stove, which provides all the
    heat you need to bake your favorite dishes. This oven would
    work also on a heat source such as charcoal, though it will
    get soot from the charcoal. The Coleman box oven looks like
    a mini safe, but it's actually a mini oven. Made of aluminized
    steel, you can bake batches of muffins, biscuits or rolls to
    enhance your outdoor cooking experience.

  • Envirofit Charcoal Stove. Envirofit makes the worlds most
    fuel efficient charcoal stove! Pictured right, the Envirofit
    Charcoal Stove has a 63% reduction in fuel consumption over
    traditional charcoal stoves. That's an important distinction
    for preppers. What's more, this stove is "carbon" friendly. It
    has the highest CO2 reduction of any stove on the market.

  • Lodge Charcoal Grill: The Lodge Coal Grill, pictured right is
    a rugged, charcoal Hibachi-style grill has two adjustable
    heights. A draft door regulates the heat. Ideal for anywhere
    you need a self contained cooking source. Coals are
    accessible behind a flip down door. It's seasoned and ready
    to use.

Method #6: Gas (Propane, Butane or mixed gas).
When it comes to gas stoves, you need to consider the fuel:

Propane is a dependable fuel at high altitudes and freezing
temperatures; however, propane tanks are thick walled, so they
are too heavy to carry in a backpack. Leave this kind of stove in
your backyard or take it car camping.

Butane does not do well in below freezing temperatures.  Like
propane, butane stoves also come in pressurized tanks, but
butane cartridges generally can't be refilled. And when the tank is
low, it looses it's efficiency. Unfortunately, butane canisters are
not always easy to find.

  • Coleman Two-Burner Propane Stove (propane stove).
    Pictured in green is the Coleman Two-Burner Propane Stove.
    Coleman's PerfectFlow appliances regulate the pressure of
    the propane to provide a consistent cooking performance
    without flaring or flickering. The stove also provides
    windblock side panels. It runs on Coleman Liquid Fuel
    (propane) or even unleaded gasoline.

  • Coleman PerfectFlow InstaStart Grill Stove (propane
    stove), pictured in red, is a top seller. InstaStart technology
    means it's matchless - This stove packs 10,000 BTUs of
    cooking power! Coleman's PerfectFlow appliance regulates
    the pressure of the propane to provide a consistent cooking
    performance without flaring or flickering. It takes propane
    bottles. This steel grill offers two cooking surfaces to get
    that meal in those hungry stomachs in no time

  • Camp Chef Outdoor Camp Oven (propane stove and
    oven). Pictured right, the Camp Chef Outdoor Camp Oven
    cooks for up to 5 hours on high heat with one 1-pound can of
    propane. Imagine baking fresh bread and cookies, pizza,
    lasagna and so much more. Certainly, this will be a morale
    booster in uncertain times, and you can enjoy it today
    camping!

  • Solaire Portable Infrared Propane Gas Grill (propane
    grill). The Solaire portable Infrared Propane Gas Grill, uses 1
    pound propane cylinders (larger tank with optional adapter).
    This is luxury grill for your bugout location or backyard. The
    shipping weight is 27 pounds and it includes a carrying case,
    so technically it is a portable grill.


  • GasOne GS-3000 Portable Gas Stove. Unlike gas stoves
    from other manufacturers, GS-3000 is CSA approved for
    safety and uses quality materials to meet higher standards.
    This stove uses standard 8oz butane canisters and features
    a piezo type electric starter with safety shut off system, so
    it does not require matches or lighters! Best of all, the
    GasOne stove, pictured immediate right, is around $28 with
    free available shipping.

  • Etekcity Collapsible Butane Stove: Designed with travel in
    mind, the Portable Windproof Butane Outdoor Stove by
    Etekcity butane stove, pictured in red, is constructed of
    water-resistant materials and intended to be used outdoors
    on camping trips or other outdoor activities. It was built to
    take a beating and to travel everywhere you do. Safe and
    easy to connect to a butane canister, the outdoor stove has
    a built-in electric spark ignition system and includes flame
    control. Flame control allows operators to change between a
    powerful flame and a lower intensity flame for ultimate
    control.

    Kerosene stoves (liquid paraffin).
    On the positive side, fuel for a kerosene stove costs just a
    few cents an hour to burn and this fuel does not evaporate
    quickly. The bad part is that it smells, and because it doesn't
    evaporate quickly, you'll have a residue if you spill. It also
    may not be available. The Kerosene Cook and Canning Stove.
    Pictured in red, immediate right, is no longer available.

#7: Flameless stoves and cookers.
Borrowing on the principal of MREs (Meals Ready to Eat) you can
cook your own meals in ~ either cooking entirely from scratch or
in heating up freeze dried meals or canned foods using flameless
stoves and cookers.

No pot, not stove, no fire, no problem!

  • Yabul Flameless heater. With the Yabul flameless heater
    you just add water to activate the disposable heater pack
    anytime anywhere. Heat and steam from the pack reactivate
    with water and will heat any MREs or ready made meals. No
    need for a campfire pan or a gas stove, and there's no need
    to worry the wind blowing. It's completely flameless, fast
    and completely safe way to cook backpacking food and
    emergency food. It gives you the flexibilty to make your own
    MRE meals. You can even bring frozen food on an outing and
    have warm food ready quickly when you get back to the car.

  • Flameless Cooker Pot. The flameless cooker, right, is a
    large pot so you can cook hearty meals for a family or larger
    group.

  • Magic cook: the Magic cook flamess cooker, as seen on
    Shark Tank, is the most versatile lunch box container cooker
    ever. Magic Cook container was designed for cooking &
    heating up food and drinks without the need of microwave,
    stove, fire, propane or electricity. Made of triple layers PC
    with stainless steel inner case. Works as your everyday lunch
    box container with an option to heat up and cook up at
    anytime if needed. Water activated magic heat pack will
    generate heat up to 203 F degree. It enables you to cook or
    heat up food within 10-25 minutes. Magic heat packs are
    made of Quick Lime, Non-Toxic flameless heat generated by
    water activation. Once cooking is completed, magic pack will
    absorbed all water and simply just trash as household
    waste. Magic Cook is perfect for the use of all outdoor,
    camping, survival kits.

Method #8: Solar ovens.
A solar oven (also sometimes called solar cooker) is made with
aluminum reflectors to bake foods using the sun's energy. Used
to either heat food or sterilize water, this outdoor cooking
method concentrates sunlight thereby converting light to heat,
and trapping heat. Solar cooking has been around for centuries,
but up to now, not many people have had the opportunity to try
cooking with the sun.

  • All American Sun Oven.  Harness the power of the sun with
    the All American Sun Oven. One source of power that never
    fails is the light of the sun. Whether you’re dealing with a
    power outage or conserving energy, it lets you harness the
    power of the sun to cook without fuel.  20% larger than prior
    model SUN OVENS to cook a greater volume of food and
    accommodate many standard size baking pans. The new
    model takes the guesswork out of aligning with the sun; has
    improved wind resistance; and boosts temperatures by 15%
    over prior models to cook more food in less time.

  • Global Sun Oven solar cooker. The Global Sun Oven cooker,
    pictured is according to the manufacturer the world's most
    widely used solar oven. Using the most advanced materials,
    the Sun Oven takes all the hassles out of solar cooking to
    create the ultimate solar appliance. The sun oven can be
    used in the winter as well as summer. It has been used very
    successfully at below zero conditions at a base camp on Mt.
    Everest. Measures 19" x 19" with an average depth of 11".
    The total weight is only 21 pounds. You can bake bread,
    make cookies, pizza, muffins, or anything you could prepare
    using a conventional oven.

    Cook for free! Bakes, boils or steams any kind of food with
    the power of the sun. Absolutely no fuel needed, and there's
    no learning curve. Create your favorite recipes as you feast
    upon natural sun baked treats! Just like your home oven
    reaches temperatures of 360° to 400° F! A sun oven is
    totally safe. There's absolutely no danger of fire, and you'll
    never burn dinner again! Even though it is called an oven,
    food can be baked, boiled, and steamed at cooking
    temperatures of 360° F to 400° F. There is no movement of
    air in a SUN OVEN®, allowing food to stay moist and tender
    and flavorful. Sun-baked roasts are tastier and more
    succulent, and sun-baked bread has unparalleled taste and
    texture. The aroma of food sunning itself in a SUN OVEN® is
    sure to please your senses. Temperatures in a SUN OVEN®
    rise slowly and evenly, allowing complex carbohydrates time
    to break down into simple sugars, emanating subtle natural
    flavors. The even temperature of the SUN OVEN® prevents
    burning, so you do not need to stir your food while it is
    cooking.

    There are two ways to cook in a SUN OVEN®. If you refocus
    the oven to follow the sun every 25 to 30 minutes, cooking
    times and methods will be very similar to cooking with a
    conventional stove or oven. Or a SUN OVEN® can be used
    for slow cooking, much like a crock-pot. You can prepare your
    dinner, put it in the SUN OVEN®, point the oven where the
    sun will be approximately halfway through the time you will
    be gone. Leave, and come home to a tasty, slow-cooked
    dinner. If you run late, there is no need to worry; the SUN
    OVEN® will keep your food warm, moist, and fresh for hours.

  • Sunflair Portalble Solar Oven set: Pictured right in green,
    the Sunflair Portable Solar Oven Deluxe with Compete
    Cookware. The #1 Portable Solar Oven from Alaska to
    Afghanistan! Cook from sun-up to sundown.  The most
    versatile solar oven on the market. Bake cookies or pizza.
    Dry fruits and herbs. Can accommodate a wide variety of
    cookware. No assembly required. Easy to use. Sets up and
    stores in seconds.
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