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PostPosted: Sun Sep 20, 2015 9:51 pm 
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...but obviously it uses electricity. What would be a good non-electric alternative to my slow cooker.

If this belongs in other gear rather than eats and drinks I totally get it but I thought I might get more replies here.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 20, 2015 9:52 pm 
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Haybox Cooking

A large thermos also works well...


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Dutch oven


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Cast iron dutch oven. Can be used on a stovetop burner, in an oven, or on a campfire. There are many cookbooks available too.


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Have you tried a non-electric thermal cooker or a Wonderbag? I find that they do not create the flavor I get from the crockpot but it does work.

This morning I put 4 young squirrels into my crock pot to simmer all day. When I get home I will add some lima beans and some corn. Some Bay Seasoning and a little bit of hot sauce will make this a fine feast.

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