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Outdoor Wood Stoves

When summer is at its heights and the sun doesn’t even set until after nine, the last thing you want to do is spend hours in a hot, sweltering kitchen. Stoves produce so many BTUs they can often heat your entire house. Throwing open windows can’t combat this, especially when the air is heavy with heat. Turning on your air conditioner may not be an option, especially if you live in an area where energy prices are high. But eating out every night isn’t healthy, and your life doesn’t simply stop because the overnight low is eighty-five degrees.

When summer is dragging you down, outdoor wood stoves might be a good alternative for you. First, these stoves won’t heat your entire house. Second, the fuel can be very cheap. Seasoned firewood is always plentiful, or you can chop your own. Third, you can cook a surprising amount of food with outdoor stoves. If you’ve always wanted to take up Dutch oven cooking, outdoor models offer the perfect opportunity. Outdoor stoves offer a wider range than bar-b-ques and grills. You can bake or fry with an outdoor wood stove. But you can use outside wood stoves in conjunction with grills or bar-b-ques.

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