How to Build a Rocket Stove: 6 Plans

Living off the grid could make you face a lot of challenges, especially when it comes to cooking your meal. This is why we would like to share with you our topic for today and that is "How to Build a Rocket Stove" This concept came from Dr. Larry Winiarski, who already has envisioned this stove’s safety and efficiency even back in 1982. It was intended for people living in the developing world. Its design helps to achieve clean a method for cooking.

Since this idea has been formulated, a lot of people have embraced it and have come up with their own versions of the rocket stove. You'll be surprised that there's a lot of ideas swarming online. But among the many versions that we saw, we picked this one that used some adobe bricks. It looks safer and even easier to build than the others that would require some complicated tools. This one is also more practical, and you won't need much skill in the area of construction because as long as you can stack those bricks, then you can definitely pull this off.

According to Dr. Winiarski, adobe bricks are perfect because they have shavings in them that make them lighter and more insulating. It sure is an inexpensive way to build your own stove from scratch. You will need about 16 bricks to complete this project. Make sure that you get the measurement correct when you arrange the bricks, especially when you leave a space in its center.

To read more about this amazing innovation, check out the website "Sustainablog" below.


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