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  1. rick49

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    Nice post. I gotta have.
     
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    Shut-up-and-take-my-money.jpg

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    When do we see it on Shark Tank? :)
     
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    So, is one 12" Dutch Oven as good as another?

    Should I get a double?

    Recommendations?

    Should this be moved to Preparedness & Survival?

    Or do we have a camping forum?
     
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    Griswold is #1 in my book followed closely by Wagner and if you don't have the patience to find either of those a Lodge would work. Like Colt and S&W for revolvers the older names are preferred in my humble opinion.
     
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    Ordered the stand/etc. through Amazon (they'll ship it when in stock) and a Lodge 8qt. Dutch Oven with the flat top cover. I may get one with a skillet top later.

    This is for both camp cooking (when I retire I will be camping from my RV) and for home cooking if the power goes out.
     

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