Homemade camp stoves are often referred to as hobo stoves or buddy burners. They are popular because they work well and heat quickly. Homemade stoves are also ideal for backpacking; they are light and can be discarded after use.
The homemade camp stove featured here allows you to cook directly on the stove, so there is no need for pots and pans. Because they are made from recycled materials, homemade camp stoves are environmentally friendly and inexpensive to make.
Roll the strips so that they fit into the tuna can. Place them in the can on end, making a cardboard spiral. Make sure the cardboard is not higher than the tuna can by more than 1/4 of an inch.