Woodlands Bushcraft Cooking – How To Use A Kelly Kettle For Woodland Tea

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http://woodlands.co.uk Woodlands bushcraft cooking - How to use a Kelly Kettle to make woodland tea. Do you want to know how a Kelly Kettle works? This helpful tutorial from Jonathan Snape will show you!
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Pretty good stuff.



August 1, 2008

You can cook on them, but a bit of a sooty fire when one utilizes small twigs. With the American made copper "Thermette", no worries of burning knuckles as their handle is on the side of the unit.


February 4, 2009

good job he didn't spill the water when filling the kettle, I always fill mine away from any dry wood, get my drift.


May 1, 2009

good job he didn't spill any water, other wise he would have had to have started again with his dry wood, I always fill my kettle up away from any dry wood, it's easier than starting a fresh.


May 1, 2009

Looks like a bit of a faff. Gas would be easier. And waht about when has been raining somewhere up a bleak mountainside in Cumbria.

Roger Thomas

June 24, 2009

Jolly good mate!


June 26, 2009

And how much is your gas stove worth when you have run out of gas?


September 18, 2009

can't you melt it ? if you don't get it of on time or just leave it on to long (keeping the water warm)


March 4, 2010

lee valley tools


April 7, 2010

i like this kettle very efficient what i dont like its aluminium so life span is limited.

enoch powellsghost

August 18, 2010

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