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How to make a brick rocket stove for $6.08

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If you can stack bricks, you can make an effective biomass rocket stove. The materials are cheap, and readily available. Most important, it is a very simple survival skill to learn.
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Leon Pantenburg (1 month ago)
RICH WHISENANT (8 months ago)
Robert Headley (1 year ago)
Rocket stove for $6.08 in bricks. Nice. 
Voffsing1 (2 months ago)
Subscribed. Thank you for this amazing video.
Doc Doomster (2 months ago)
Brilliant idea! I'd cook some eggs and bacon for breakfast and cook my
Kraft Dinner (macaroni and cheese) for supper - with that innovative little
stove! =3
Nur Kholik Tobroni (17 days ago)
same way to make indonesian traditional stove, i live in java. we call it
"tungku geni"
Daniel Leiderman (7 months ago)
That was 17 bricks!!!!!!
Feel Good (5 months ago)
Why not just put the can on the fire like hobos do? It's a whole lot more
portable than moving bricks.
MrStronius (7 months ago)
you used 17 bricks
Thetruthrover (7 months ago)
"You can make this with different size bricks, as long as they're all the
same size."
Harry Esteves (6 months ago)
2:09 to 2:13 what he said doesn,t make sense !!!
Snowy800123 (8 months ago)
i know i would need venting! but that could i do for venting
Hilltop Homestead (2 months ago)
I understand you are speaking regarding to survival. Many people however
would like to make these for regular or semi regular use. I have always
been told that you need to use fire bricks for safety. - G
Rosa Gomez (4 months ago)
As times get critical, you have shared something simple to make but truly a
survival item. It is practical, one can cook in it and make sense as one
uses it. I will try to make one and many thanks for sharing. As you give
you will be given...
Finley charlton (4 days ago)
Thank you very much for this video just made a cup of tea with it and sat
round it with my mum to keep us warm. Great video. subbing keep up the good
videos :).
Adam bieber (15 days ago)
I wonder if this could somehow be used for a forge?
M Judah (2 months ago)
TheAmazonjude (8 months ago)
coal is really good, it hold the heat and you can cook harder to cook
meats... and it still is legal, and you can still find sources of coal.....
fuel. i have used lighter fuild, i have used wood, twigs, grass and it
still works.
CockYaLegS (6 months ago)
+Dirtbikemonkey9 He obviously meant different size bricks from the ones he
used. They have to be the same size obviously for the project to work.
Common sense much?

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