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A note about the single burner backpacking stoves: These aren't made for preparing an
entire family meal. Nevertheless, they can come in handy as an extra burner, or to carry
with you for a picnic lunch away from your base camp. Most of these stoves will be the
white gas type. This is because weight is very important when backpacking, and white gas
provides the most heat for a given weight of fuel.

Stove Extras
Some extra things you will find helpful when using your stove are a windscreen, a starter,
a stand, and a fuel funnel (if using white gas).

The heat your stove puts out can be blown away, making it take a long time to heat up your
meal. Most of the larger stoves come with built-in back and side windscreens. You will be
glad you have them on cool, rainy and windy days.

The stove starter is a long handled sparker that you use to light the burners. You can use a
match, but the sparker is much easier and, I believe, much safer. If you get a propane stove,
get one with the ignition system built in.

Even though many campgrounds provide picnic tables, you might want to consider a
folding stand for your stove. This leaves you with more room on the table for preparing the
food, eating, and having the kids play games while waiting for dinner.

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