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Post by rick1 on Mon Jan 14, 2019 9:34 am

We have an old cook stove/oven from back in the early 1900's up in the garage.

But, here's something for the rich prepper made by Vermont Casting. If any of you rich preppers get one, let us know how it works out:

https://www.vermontwoodstove.com/vermont-bun-baker/

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Post by rick1 on Sat May 04, 2019 3:54 pm

Here are some instructions on how to fire/cook on a old style cook stove. We have one and it takes practice, especially the baking part:


https://iamcountryside.com/self-reliance/how-to-use-a-wood-burning-cook-stove/

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Post by Cinnamon on Thu May 09, 2019 10:27 am

I have a Blaze King for heat. I cook on top of it occasionally using my cast iron pots and pans. Theoretically, it's not a cook-stove (because EPA laws) but I cook on it anyway. It's a shame to waste that heat. Smile

I have baked bread and cake on my old Vogelzang, and over the firepit outside, it is possible, you just have to practice. Dutch ovens are handy for bread and cake baking.

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