A perfect stormin’ little stove

On a previous day tour I had taken a small gas stove, along with a stainless steel pot (the smallest of a nest of three, which I’ve used for camping for years, when saving weight hasn’t been a priority). However, as you can see from the photograph below, this can be somewhat unstable, unless you are on firm ground, and there is no wind. The whole setup is also relatively heavy, and burning a fossil fuel goes against the grain. It was time to investigate alternatives.

A brew stop where one of my rides intersected with The South Downs Way
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