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    The problem with high powered gas burners is that they concentrate the heat in a relatively smaller area than that of the pan used to cook in.
    So unless you are stirring it constantly, it begins to burn the food close to the flame bottom.

    I use one of these to dissipate heat across the bottom of the pan.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugged Path View Post
    The problem with high powered gas burners is that they concentrate the heat in a relatively smaller area than that of the pan used to cook in.
    So unless you are stirring it constantly, it begins to burn the food close to the flame bottom.

    I use one of these to dissipate heat across the bottom of the pan.



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    Great idea, nicked from the school chemistry lab, no doubt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugged Path View Post

    I use one of these to dissipate heat across the bottom of the pan.




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    A dodgy pancake?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowser View Post
    The dragonfly is really the only MSR designed for cooking on, the others are all mainly designed to boil water quickly or turn snow into boiling water. The Dragonfly is the only one with really controllable cooking ability, had one for years.
    Have to say I now use the primus multi fuel as it will burn just about any fuel depending on what jet you have in it.
    The biggest problem with MSR liquid fuel stoves is that 90% of owners don’t know how to use them and scare themselves shitless pre-heating the fuel pipe.

    Use a gel fuel for pre-heating and you can use them inside your tent while still tucked up in your sleeping bag and once the fear factor has been removed the rest is easy.

    It’s also best to remember than a pan full of boiling water offers controllable heat for anything balanced on another pan above it.

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