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Anyone had any experience with Biogas for the home cooking fuel?

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Have been reading a lot about using Biogas as a potential source of fuel for a cooking stove. I ran into an article about home biogas that sounds great, but curious to know anyone else's experience with this type of thing?  Is the 'output' fertilizer practical, is it safe?

I like the idea, and it seems practical as the general year round temperatures here would likely work for such a system...

Any thoughts or opinions on this type of thing?

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