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Old 06-05-2016, 07:42 PM
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Originally Posted by BCBoater77 View Post
I didn't expect to raise so much anger and hatred asking a question.
I grew up with my parents using a gas stove regularly whwn we went camping.
I asked them and they no longer have it.
Both said how great it worked.
I have seen them around but not for years.
Nothing cooked on it tasted bad.
When I run out of propane a gas stove would just be nice. I cook daily on a propane grill all winter on the boat.
I don't know what everyone else does cooking on their boat, but I enjoy it.
I have made thousands of meals on boats over the years.
For months I have read threads here on THT and some are very informative and I have appreciated the knowledge shared.
But I should have just googled this and not asked obviously.
I hoped someone else had maybe done it and could share their information was all.
I see in my looking nothing specific to boats, but a couple of makers that make gas grills.
I will buy one and try it and just see how if works.
And I learned to not ask questions about things.
I will continue to read and share.. ..I won't ask for information though.
Cheers
Welcome to THT. Didn't used to be this way. The A##hole factor has gone way up here recently.
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Old 06-05-2016, 10:57 PM
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Originally Posted by rusbob View Post
Welcome to THT. Didn't used to be this way. The A##hole factor has gone way up here recently.
Hahahaha I guess some are more here to be rude than be helpful.

Others have zero reading comprehension ability to.
I actually laughed about the guy who made the comment about it being my first post.
Actually had he lookedhe would have noticed I have been here since September and had 50 posts.
I just don't post as frequently as some others do.
But 9 months and 50 posts is not a first post and I just joined a minute before.
That was when I realized some cannot read very well, or just don't care to do much but be rude.
Several said helpful things though as well.
I am going to look into getting something and just cook on it at home to see if I like it.
I'm not a big fan of running the generator a lot because I don't like listening to it.
But the other option is to get a bigger one and cook with electric more to.
Yamaha and Honda both make good ones in larger sizes.
My little yamaha just can't cut it powering a lot at once.
My solar panels and batteries sure cannot keep up to the cooking on their own.
But a 5000 watt or so generator is a possibility.
Or sell my little 33 foot boat and buy a 300 foot super yacht...joking ☺
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Old 06-06-2016, 02:49 AM
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Originally Posted by 2muchcoffeeman View Post
Coleman's "white gas" was not gasoline. I don't think they even sell this stuff anymore, though. Can't find it on Coleman's website. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coleman_fuel

Coleman's current "dual fuel" product is a propane/butane mix.
This is incorrect - Coleman does indeed make a duel fuel stove that runs on coleman fuel AKA white gas and yes "white gas" is still very much available. It also burns unleaded gasoline albeit much dirtier / heavy soot.
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Old 06-06-2016, 02:59 AM
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Originally Posted by PeteH View Post
Marinate steaks in 90 octane or higher for ten minutes.
Place on asphalt and light with match.
2 minutes on each side, or to taste.
Ahahahahahahaha and lol that was great! So funny..........no really. Funny......
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Old 06-06-2016, 03:08 AM
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how about a cheap electric stove top, and you could run a small generator, their is a reason they dont make um anymore, just doesnt seem safe to cook with gas, not to mention on a boat,
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