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great white 05-May-18
Rhody 05-May-18
K Cummings 05-May-18
Shuteye 05-May-18
OkieJ 05-May-18
great white 05-May-18
freeglee 05-May-18
great white 05-May-18
Mike the Carpenter 05-May-18
JL 05-May-18
slade 06-May-18
From: great white
05-May-18
wondering if anyone has used a crock pot on a power inverter. love having a meal ready at the end of a long day but new place no electric so solar and battery.

From: Rhody
05-May-18
The key is power consumption. So, you'll need to do research on panels that produce enough power to run the wattage. The other side is to research crock pots that are camper compatible, 12v. then go from there.

From: K Cummings
05-May-18

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Here's an idea. Less than 35 bucks on Amazon.

KPC

From: Shuteye
05-May-18
K Cummings now that looks like a good deal. I use a slow cooker all the time and didn't even know they made on like that. My camper had a generator so I had electric but that would even work on my Gator.

From: OkieJ
05-May-18
Dutch Oven set in the ground with coals all day works.

From: great white
05-May-18
Road Pro slow cooker looks like a good idea but small only 1.5 qts

From: freeglee
05-May-18
Propane??????!!!!!!!

From: great white
05-May-18
yes propane at the stove and a cast iron dutch oven Just looking to see if someone has used one or the other

05-May-18
I do a Dutch oven and charcoal. In my opinion, If that couldn’t be an option, not quite sure it would be worth doing.

From: JL
05-May-18

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The Dakota Fire Hole seems like a nifty option.

From: slade
06-May-18
Solar oven

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