Friday, December 21, 2012

Selecting a Wood Cookstove

Canadian Preppers Network has a nice article on selecting a wood cook/heating stove for your home. The primary problem is price--the traditional wood kitchen stove from Heartland was about $7,000 (presumably,  in Canadian dollars). The article discusses a couple other stoves, and then the author settled on the Pacific Energy "Alderlea" stove. This one has a large firebox (great for heating) but no oven. It does have a swing out cooking top. The stove was $2,500 (with another $3,000 for installation).

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