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wok

Postby oops56 » Tue Nov 13, 2007 9:43 pm

Has anybody use a wok on a alcohol stove. I like to find a very small we use to cook in one many years ago must start it up again makes a cheap meal quick. [ e bay here i come ]
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Re: wok

Postby zelph » Tue Nov 13, 2007 10:47 pm

oops56 wrote:Has anybody use a wok on a alcohol stove. I like to find a very small we use to cook in one many years ago must start it up again makes a cheap meal quick. [ e bay here i come ]


Have not tried that. I did see a wok ring the other day at the thrift store. ring only, no wok. should I get it? :lol:
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Re: wok

Postby oops56 » Tue Nov 13, 2007 10:55 pm

zelph wrote:
oops56 wrote:Has anybody use a wok on a alcohol stove. I like to find a very small we use to cook in one many years ago must start it up again makes a cheap meal quick. [ e bay here i come ]


Have not tried that. I did see a wok ring the other day at the thrift store. ring only, no wok. should I get it? :lol:

yep get it you need it on your stove if its eclectic.
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Re: wok

Postby Ridgerunner » Wed Nov 14, 2007 5:38 pm

I have an old small aluminum stove top popcorn popper that can double as a wok. Can you say multi-dimensional :lol: !
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Re: wok

Postby zelph » Fri Nov 16, 2007 12:30 pm

oops56 wrote:
zelph wrote:
oops56 wrote:Has anybody use a wok on a alcohol stove. I like to find a very small we use to cook in one many years ago must start it up again makes a cheap meal quick. [ e bay here i come ]


Have not tried that. I did see a wok ring the other day at the thrift store. ring only, no wok. should I get it? :lol:

yep get it you need it on your stove if its eclectic.


Second look at it and it was too big for camp stir fry :D I'll keep my eyes open for the small version, or something that I can modify into a wok holder.
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Re: wok

Postby oops56 » Thu Nov 22, 2007 7:09 pm

Is there a blacksmith out there that can make me a small wok if so i let you know what size etc. cash or trade for somthing. :idea:
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Re: wok

Postby zelph » Thu Nov 22, 2007 7:34 pm

oops56 wrote:Is there a blacksmith out there that can make me a small wok if so i let you know what size etc. cash or trade for somthing. :idea:


What diameter do you want?
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Re: wok

Postby Survivor Dave » Thu Nov 22, 2007 8:07 pm

oops56 wrote:Has anybody use a wok on a alcohol stove. I like to find a very small we use to cook in one many years ago must start it up again makes a cheap meal quick. [ e bay here i come ]



Hey Oops,
I have been a chef for many years, now retired, and I find woks great. Below is a link where I found a stainless steel 7" wok and a 10" hand hammered iron wok(preffered).
I am not sure if an alcohol stove has the temperature(lightning hot!) or burn time that you need to get the effect of traditional stir fry. You said that you had used one in the past though. I'm not sure what you will be using it for. Lond distance hiking? Weekend backpacking. Their not very light. :o

http://www.wokshop.com

Hope it helps.

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Re: wok

Postby oops56 » Thu Nov 22, 2007 8:16 pm

Survivor Dave wrote:
oops56 wrote:Has anybody use a wok on a alcohol stove. I like to find a very small we use to cook in one many years ago must start it up again makes a cheap meal quick. [ e bay here i come ]



Hey Oops,
I have been a chef for many years, now retired, and I find woks great. Below is a link where I found a stainless steel 7" wok and a 10" hand hammered iron wok(preffered).
I am not sure if an alcohol stove has the temperature(lightning hot!) or burn time that you need to get the effect of traditional stir fry. You said that you had used one in the past though. I'm not sure what you will be using it for. Lond distance hiking? Weekend backpacking. Their not very light. :o

http://www.wokshop.com

Hope it helps.

SD


Oh it can be done for my shop use a trangia will work or i can make one that hold more fuel if not there is a shop full of stoves somthing will work thanks
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Re: wok

Postby zelph » Sat Dec 01, 2007 11:39 am

I have a couple of coleman catylitic heater that I'm going to disect to see how they work :D

They have a snuffer lid/cap that has a handle attached and looks like the handle can be bent to form a wok handle. The snuffer looks like it could be made into a wok. I'll try to get a photo of it and post. Oops, you might already have one in your collection. If you want the lid I'll send it on out with your mystery tool stove.
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