An inexpensive ($20 to $30) butane stove can be used indoors. Each butane canister is good for approximately 9 hours.
Multi Fuel Volcano
Volcano Outdoor Stove can be used with wood, propane or charcoal. $150
Wood Gas Stove
The SilverFire Hunter stove has a 3″ chimney and can be used indoors for cooking. Add a turkey pot filled with water over top of the burner for space heating a small area.
StoveTec wood/coal rocket stove, 32,900 BTU.
Coffee Can Stoves by rich991980, 1 of 2
Coffee Can Stoves by rich991980, 2 of 2
Two Can Stove from Lannyplans, 1 of 2
Two Can Stove from Lannyplans, 2 of 2
Rocket Stove Workshop by LondonPermaculture
The Two Buck Stove by Lanny Henson, 1 of 1
Tiny Liquid Fuel Stove
Soda can stove uses Heet for fuel.
Boil water in minutes and cook food at the same time using the Kelly Kettle. Available in Aluminum (3 sizes) or Stainless Steel (1 size), camping kettles make boiling water fast and easy. Using only naturally occuring fuels such as sticks, Pine cones, Birch bark, Heather etc. outdoor camp kettles boil water in just 3 – 5 minutes for tea, coffee, rehydrating food, bathing, cooking, etc…..irrespective of weather conditions – Nothing boils water faster than a Kelly!
The Lid for Volcano Stoves
Click Fire Starters to see a variety of simple inexpensive tools used to start a fire.
An excellent way to start a fire is by using a cotton ball rubbed with petroleum jelly. This cotton ball will show a healthy flame for more than a minute compared to a non-prepared cotton ball that just smolders. Not much petroleum jelly is needed. Just a little dab rubbed in with your fingers will do.
The Blast Match Fire Starter ($20) is operable with one hand in case of injury
Magnesium Fire Starter, $5 at Walmart.