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How to Build a Tuna Can Stove

Photo by Tim MacWelch A tuna can stove. Being able to cook food and boil water are true necessities in a survival situation. Thankfully, it’s easy to turn a piece of trash (like an empty tuna can or Altoids tin) into a serviceable cooker. All you need is a stable, fire-proof spot to set up the stove (preferably outside) and the simple items listed below. Keep a fire extinguisher handy too, just in case things take a spill.
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