Baby Step 68: Upcycling – A Mini Survival Stove

How do you minimize a four burner stove to fit into your pocket?


Well ….. maybe not a four burner – however, I can show you my upcycled one burner survival pocket stove that I made in abut 15 minutes.

It’s perfect for any bug out bag. Tins come in many shapes and sizes. 

Simply make cutouts and drill holes. I used a Dremel cutting wheel and drill bit.

Cook meals easily and quickly using dry tinder and a mini tin survival stove like this one.

In survival mode – A mini survival stove is a HUGE baby step to life’s independence when your stomach screams – I’m HUNGRY !

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