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Forum  Camping info and tips        Topic  Difference between a camping grill and stove
Posted by: .... at 3:53:45 PM on Saturday, April 14, 2018
If you are going shopping for a brand new camping stove or camping grill, it is important to know the differences between these two cooking equipment. This knowledge will help you make a more informed decision. Both camping stoves and camping grills cook the food and come in large, small as well as portable styles.

Moreover, both camping grills and stoves can use various sources of fuel, such as propane, charcoal or gas. Although there are some obvious differences which are visible to the naked eye, some differences are not easily discernable.

A majority of camping grills allow the flame to make direct contact with the food that you want to cook. While the meat or other food item rests on the grate or grill, the grill’s flame sears your food or burns grate marks on the meat that you are cooking. Although the food would often get cooked a lot faster on the camping grill, you will need to be careful and ensure it does not get burned.

A camping grill is an ideal option if you want to cook steak, chicken, hamburgers, pork chops or hot dogs because a majority of people tend to prefer the charred taste in their food.

On the other hand, camping stoves transfer the heat generated by fire to your food items via a pan or pot. Most camping stoves do not usually have grills or grates; instead, they have heating components where you can rest a pan or pot.

This reason is why a camping stove is great if you want to cook food items such as eggs, hash browns, bacon, potatoes, chili, beans, or hot dishes. Camping stoves are often easier to clean and less messy than camping grills. A lot of people prefer owning camping grills as they are much easier to start and use.

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