Worlds Cheapest Camp Stove by Andy Lee Graham - Cooking Travel Tip

90 percent of the travel cooking gear is not going to be allowed on the plane, here is what you need to cook as as world traveler.


Simple Solutions are Always Best

This cook stove truly cost nothing to make, but you are required to buy a can of tuna, and two cans of vegatables. I have been using this system for the last eight years of perpetual travel. The only problem is in the Islamic countries where buying alcohol is difficult, because they try to stop the locals from drinking it.

Buy 80 percent or higher if possible, and know that buying an electric hot plate is an alternative for between 5 and 15 USD.

Do not do this on carpet...!


Andy Lee Graham on Lake Atitlan





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That's a P-38 Andy... Vietnam Era can opener. They have the larger P-58s also. But I like the Aussies version called the "Fred"... :) I have a P-38 hanging on my key chain as we speak. Always have.

hey thanks andy I finally got around to getting some safety pins on my mattress so I can finally keep the sheet from falling off!!! :)

SolaDyne Solar LED Lantern--made in usa!
Aervoe Industries brought production back from China.
Clinton's NGO bought 16,000 for India poor people.
$42 retail, $21 wholesale/ngo.
i travel with a free tradeshow pocket wind-up LED flashlight.

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