Modern Wood Burning Stoves

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  1. Coputere

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    7970_stor.png One of the leading causes of cancer today is low the quality of thermal radiation in methods we prepare food with.

    Wavelength of the heat rays, determines how many nutrients are still present in the food after is cooked.

    The most dangerous wavelength being the shortest wave which is used to cook microwaveable food products.

    The longest wavelength is from a wood burning stove, using this method preserves more nutrients than any other method of cooking.

    Even if you aren't a survivalist there are some modern wood stove designs for those transitioning for the healthier alternative.
     
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  2. tb65

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    This looks pretty cool, I bet the food taste better also. I wonder is this similar to grilling outdoors. For some reason food that is grilled or broiled taste way better. I have to agree a microwave is not a healthy way to cook food.
     
  3. djordjem87

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    This one is both, traditional and fancy . I love it and I have one but it is quite old. Still we use it very often since winters here in Serbia can last long and electricity is too expensive. The food is the best, our oven is not working but it used to and I remember making pizza in it and it was crazy delicious. I am always for this solution and I even teach my little nephew the basics. How to safely open the doors, to put the wood in and stuff like that.
     
  4. OfTheEarth

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    That looks pretty nice, I have to imagine it would be easier to just DIY this out of a fireplace or install it yourself? But nonetheless, that looks so classy :) I'd love one of these
     
  5. glreese

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    First of all, I love the design of the one in the picture. I think it looks super great and matches the interior fantastically. My family has and older one that we used before out of necessity. It saves a lot of money. Plus if the power goes out during the winter, we are still able to stay warm.
     
  6. willywonka

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    That is a beautiful stove! I have one that is in my backyard. We use it mostly to stay warm for outdoor parties (pretty rare) and it is a total antique This one is so modern and sleek. I bet it heats up that house real quick. My uncle has a wood burning stove in his living room and it gets so hot you want to open a window!
     
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    If it has the ability to heat up the house like that then I am sure enough looking to purchase one.
    Since it is not going to need to be plugged up to anything you can literally put it anywhere.
    It looks pretty light as well, if you add some wheels you can make it portable for interchangeable use.
     
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