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What would the best style of Rocket stove to make as a 'first try'  RSS feed

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Location: Sudbury, Ontario
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Pretty self explanatory question, I guess! I've got my hands on an oil drum, there's a mass of firebricks ready...

What would be a good type/style to build, preferably something that could also be dismantled, since we're just going to build it in the backyard as a tester.

I did just get my hands on a nice ebook on the subject, but it'd be nice to hear suggestions from people with experience, haha.
A sonic boom would certainly ruin a giant souffle. But this tiny ad would protect it:
five days of natural building (wofati and cob) and rocket cooktop oct 8-12, 2018
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