Friday, October 26, 2007

Gear Talk Tip: Keep your pot clean with wood stoves

Soot on the bottom of your pot is an unfortunate fact of life for anyone who uses wood stoves. Here's a quick and easy remedy for avoiding a sore elbow from scrubbing your pots clean after a trip.



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1 comment:

Brig said...

There's an even easier solution: dish soap. Before you cook on a wood fire, spread a thin layer of dish soap on the pot. After you're done cooking and the pot cools, the soot and soap will both come off with just a little bit of water.