Cooking in a tent has revolved around a stigma of gear destruction and personal harm. Cooking in a tent is not that dangerous and being responsible and aware of the hazards allows for safe cooking in a tent.
By Roger Caffin
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There is no limit to the stupidity available on the Internet. Many people will tell you most vehemently that you must never ever cook in your tent, for fear of ... death or disaster, or the tent police or something. Others, with greater experience, especially of bad weather, will simply point out that they have been cooking in their tent for decades, and are still alive. We explore this issue.
What are the Hazards?
Wood Fires of all sorts
But what about Fine Weather?
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Research Scientist. Been walking all my life, mainly off-track - we don't have 'trails' here, and I always go with my wife. Summer and winter, lowland and highland, Australia and Europe. Forced into UL gear by heavy packs and increasing age. :-)
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