Have You been Using Fire woods for Cooking or Heating?

Saturday, April 6, 2019
Storing fire woods to avoid wet by rain

When camping in several places in the USA few years ago, we usually have warm temperature from heating of fire woods. But be careful that many national or state parks don’t allow you to bring your own woods, because they worry that your woods may bring diseases to the parks, and infect other trees.

I saw in many places in developing countries such as Vietnam, Laos, Indonesia and Cambodia, and even in some villages in the USA, people use woods for cooking and heating. It is might be due to increasing price of oil and gas. Woods are among the cheap resources for fuels.

Chopping of tree’s trunk

I saw some shopping centers such as Walmart sells fire woods, but some of friends of mine have been cutting trees from their own backyards. They use saw to cut trees or trunks, and split the woods by ax. Such an interesting lifestyle.

After splitting, woods need to pile up and store in the dry place. It takes several months before using woods as fuels. Fire from woods have around 450 calories per hour, enough for heating and cooking.

I read some articles that using woods from free resources (cut by ourselves) could save hundred bugs compared using electricity for heating the house during winter seasons in the USA.

Have you ever using fire woods for any purposes?

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  1. I don't although I have a fireplace.

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  2. My family loves to camp and we use firewood then. I love to roast marshmallows over the fire!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
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  3. we do have a fireplace but haven't used in it quite a few years because we need to have it looked at and haven't done so, love campfires though :)

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  4. We had a fireplace when I was growing up, as it was cold in the wintertime. My father used to stack firewood all around the edge of our patio, which was fun for me as a child because I used to pretend it was a fort.
    Thanks for the interesting post and God bless!
    Laurie

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  5. Yes we are using wood for cook, its make the food have wood aroma. Taste delicious

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      I saw some shopping centers such as Walmart sells fire woods, but some of friends of mine have been cutting trees from their own backyards. They use saw to cut trees or trunks, and split the woods by ax. Such an interesting lifestyle.

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  6. You shouldn't burn wood, think first of the environment.

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      After splitting, woods need to pile up and store in the dry place. It takes several months before using woods as fuels. Fire from woods have around 450 calories per hour, enough for heating and cooking.

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  7. Our only heat source is a wood burner, we have to burn wood - locally sourced.

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  8. I remember the days when wood burning was the only way to get warm. Now it's electricity or gas. I do tend to agree with Bob that the environment must be considered.

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  9. Me encanta el olor a leña quemada! Espero verte pronto por mi blog, quiero saber tu opinión sobre mi último post! 🌼🌼🌼

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  10. Our family camps a lot and a highlight has to be the camp fire with locally sourced wood. From the heat to just chilling out in country surroundings, I'm looking forward to it already.

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  11. We use wood to have more heating in winter.

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  12. I do enjoy a nice campfire. Our home fireplace, however, sees seldom use. We really should amend that in cold weather. One thing to watch is using treated lumber for any type of fire that can be inhaled. Preservatives can be toxic when burned. Be well!

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  13. We use firewood in a fire pit with a grill top over the pit. Usually we cook steaks and hamburgers when we invite friends for a meal. Wonderful way to spend an evening with friends.

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