Use multifuel kitchen

Especially in winter, a multi-fuel kitchen can be useful. At lower temperatures, ordinary gas stoves do not work very well or at all. Traditional distilleries work but are not very efficient.

Since the availability of water in winter is often limited and you likely depend on melting snow to get water for coffee and cooking, you need a kitchen with good performance. You get that from a multi-fuel kitchen that can use liquid fuel such as petrol and is put under pressure. When the burner is hot, the fuel is converted into a high-performance gas that can handle your needs in harsh conditions with ease.

But there is something to think about compared to other types of kitchen. In this video I show and describe how you can use the MSR Dragonfly which is available for rent in our shop. If you are new to using this type of kitchen, it is worth 7 minutes of viewing.