I was looking for a microstove (a small stove for camping) and came across the Duktig set in my local IKEA. I used an angle grinder to cut notches into the top lip of the colander and placed angle iron across to support the pan above, the lengths have to be short enough to put inside the stove when packed. It uses the colander as the wind shield and the pan is 440ml, I added the addition of angle iron to support the pan and a trangia burner. Also solid fuels like hexamine can be used.
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