A British Beach Trip With an EcoZoom Versa Rocket Stove November 21 2013
On our way back to the sea side caravan park we stopped to look at an interesting piece of low-tech World War II archaeology - 'the listening ear'. The concrete ear was designed to tune in the sound of incoming hostile aircraft, of which only two were built before they were superseded by radar.
EcoZoom rocket stoves are a robust, low-tech solution to some of the world’s most pressing problems. Similar to the listening ear, we hope our rocket stove technology supersedes the primitive cooking methods of over 3 billion people in the world. They also have direct usability here in Britain in all kinds of ways. A caravan by the sea is a home from home for many people in the UK during the warmer months. Most caravans use expensive bottled gas for cooking, and this restricts the options for recipes. Cooking inside a smaller space will create odours and can be uncomfortable on hot days. The low key 'footprint' of the EcoZoom rocket stove is perfectly suited to a pleasant caravan park environment. The contained combustion chamber sends out the right message - that this is a controlled scaled down fire, unlike a campfire which can be hard to control in wind. Our cooking on the caravan park was fun and allowed for great times outside breathing fresh sea air. It was a couple of days well spent with some great memories, food, and fantastic opportunities for outside cooking – thanks to the EcoZoom Versa. Looking for where you can buy EcoZoom in the UK? Email Stewart at email@example.com or visit the Amazon UK EcoZoom page. About the Author: Tom Pritchard is an EcoZoom employee and likes to cook outdoors with his EcoZoom rocket stove on camping trips or sunny days. You can email him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.