Power Outages and
How to
Cook

Power Outages and How to Cook can become challenging due to the lack of access to modern kitchen appliances such as electric stoves, microwaves, and ovens. Without electricity, you may need to rely on alternative cooking methods such as gas or charcoal grills, camp stoves, or open flames, which may require outdoor cooking or specialized equipment. Here is a list of cooking methods to use during power outages.  Some on the list you may already have and others you may need to plan ahead to have on hand. These are some of the top picks people are getting to be prepared.  Don't forget to stock up on fuel for which ever you choose.

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