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cooking indoors

  • Wed, Jun 15, 2011 - 10:13pm



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    cooking indoors

Propane should not be used indoors unless it is extremely well-ventilated. Butane burns cleaner and is recommended when you want to cook indoors. The only problem is that butane remains liquid under freezing temperatures, so if you live where it gets real cold, you might opt for propane and an open window.

As far as I can recall, the connections are different, so you’ll want to make sure your stove runs on the fuel you choose.

~ s