How would you Cook Food When the Power Goes Out? Part 2 – fuel

August 30, 2012

So you can grill or BBQ something now after spending some time watching YouTube videos and purchasing a grill or BBQ. Something to consider with a gas or charcoal unit and that is fuel. I do not know how many times I have gone to Sunday BBQ/tailgate party and they ran out of propane or charcoal. If you do not have enough to complete ONE BBQ dinner your BBQ or grill would be useless in a emergency like a power outage lasting a few days. Charcoal tends to go on sale, in fact I just bought 4 large bags at half price. Charcoal does not really go bad if it is stored in a dry place. The same goes for propane. So make sure you have some extra fuel and store it properly.

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How would you Cook Food When the Power Goes Out? Part 2 – fuel

August 30, 2012

So you can grill or BBQ something now after spending some time watching YouTube videos and purchasing a grill or BBQ. Something to consider with a gas or charcoal unit and that is fuel. I do not know how many times I have gone to Sunday BBQ/tailgate party and they ran out of propane or charcoal. If you do not have enough to complete ONE BBQ dinner your BBQ or grill would be useless in a emergency like a power outage lasting a few days. Charcoal tends to go on sale, in fact I just bought 4 large bags at half price. Charcoal does not really go bad if it is stored in a dry place. The same goes for propane. So make sure you have some extra fuel and store it properly.