You may love to cook outside, but it's tough not to miss the convenience of your stove top range back home when you're trying to boil water, fry veggies, and cook noodles all at once. The Jetboil HalfGen Base Camp Stove won't do all of that at once, but it will give you the ability to add an additional heat source to other JetLink compatible stove systems, so you can step up your backcountry chef game when you're cooking for a large group. And if you do want to keep things simple, the stove works as a standalone for simple tasks like boiling water or cooking a freshly caught trout with low heat.
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