Can you simmer on a coleman sportster?

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Selous
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Re: Can you simmer on a coleman sportster?

Post by Selous » Sun Dec 28, 2014 10:04 am

Yes I do or rather SHMBO does, as for red ex never used it, never had a problem either.
although Prior to going I use Coleman own fuel, so might have kept the thing clean,
my original one I got in the states had been used around the world on Exercise & op tours never let me down & dropped out of a chopper (in a burgan), it unfortunately went diffy prior to me retiring after 22 years.

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Re: Can you simmer on a coleman sportster?

Post by Selous » Sun Dec 28, 2014 10:12 am

picos mestizo wrote:
AndyB wrote:
GB wrote:Redex, really?
I now use a Jetboil & millitary "grade" ration packs saving the banquets of slow cooked gormet potroasts to basecamp tours! :P
yep & bug you up for a week as was intended so no need for stopping to go do a shovel patrol :whistle:




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Re: Can you simmer on a coleman sportster?

Post by Selous » Sun Dec 28, 2014 10:16 am

PaulinBont wrote:Nah, for a dump, use cling film, wrap it up tightly and leave it outside to freeze hard before burying in the morning.....number ones in an empty bottle makes an excellent ready-made hot water bottle to keep the sleeping bag warm and cosy :)
Shall I cook some more bread again at next year's Air Show? :whistle:
of course remembering to remove the clingfilm just prior to filling in hole as non biodegradable, also can use the 'wrapp' as a 'hot poo' to help keep warm in worst case scenario :pinch: must admit never ever got that cold even in Norway!! ;)




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