Stove In A Can

If you’d rather eat less Fiber 1 bars and more cooked (or, at the least, hot) meals next time you’re camping but don’t want to spring for any big complex stove system, check out Stove In A Can. The beauty of this stove is simplicity: pack the can plus a few of its fuel cell pucks (which burn for 1 hour each) and you’re all set to enjoy some wholesome Chef Boyardee or roast marshmallows on its open flame. Alternately, to save a couple bucks we recommend the infamous [and slightly dangerous] DIY penny stove.

Check it out at Stove In A Can’s Website¬†or Amazon – $30