Re: whats more efficient - electric stove or gas stoves?22
Jun 12, 2007 7:39 pm
Know where you comming from Casa2, but there are some very good low burn units around now, and when it comes "stove" time for me I'll be reviewing all options. My old 70's style gas actually still low burns very well and has never gone out.
I have a very open mind for new technology but I'm also concerned for my and others health.
re the blackouts, I've lived semi-rural (50km from cities) for the last 15 years so blackouts were not infrequent and takeway Well a nice thought at least?
Plus I lived in Brissy during the months of Bjelke Peterson blackouts in QLD in the 80's, where our familay gas stove was a saviour.
But the BBQ was wood back then - Wow how things have changed.
I'm not that old - really
Re: whats more efficient - electric stove or gas stoves?23
Jun 13, 2007 10:23 am
"But the BBQ was wood back then - Wow how things have changed."
Still refuse to have anything but wood and charcoal - hate gas, can do that in the kitchen.
I will be building a wood burning barbie a few weeks after moving in. I have always got rave comments about my BBQs and I reckon it is the wood that does it.
Yep, I'm getting to be an old fogey, but when I were a lad.....
Re: whats more efficient - electric stove or gas stoves?24
Jun 14, 2007 4:16 pm
I've got a wood fire inside so I already have enough carbon in my lungs? Not that I've lit it yet!!
But yes the old smokey BBQ does give that extra flavour.
One day people might even wonder what the hell where talking about 3xb.
Re: whats more efficient - electric stove or gas stoves?25
May 20, 2009 1:48 am
also depends on whether you are on mains or bottled gas. for those saying gas is less expensive..
we have had a few blackouts here with the longest so far being for about 4 hours.
We've decided to get a new gas bbq once we move and we will be putting in a wood heater which we can put a kettle on. so In the event of blackout at least we can have some snags and a cuppa tea in winter. In summer a sandwich or a can of baked beans and a tap water will have to suffice.
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