Cooking without Electricity may seen a bit daunting but with the right equipment it can be easy. We started out the evening with two of the men from our ward demonstrating dutch oven cooking. They not only showed us how to cook it a dutch oven but also how to care for it and how to season it.  One important thing is you never use soap on your cast iron! We were also instructed in the proper way to place our charcoal briquets – the one on the right is correct!
The next stove was the Volcano stove which can use wood, charcoal and some of them can use propane (mine doesn’t)  I used charcoal and lighter fluid.

In an emergency situation you will need a way to bring your food to a boil and this butane burner is perfect.
Probably my favorite cooking device, but also the most expensive is the HERC Tealight Oven. It was a fun evening and we all learned a lot about how to be more prepared and ready to cook when we have no electricity. A mom, wife, and blogger who uses her vision, creativity, and time management skills to inspire women to create the life they want while discovering the pretty and delicious in life. I love working with women and helping to inspire them to achieve their goals and dreams while still maintaining motherhood and family as their number one priority.

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