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In this video: Vargo Decagon Alcohol Stove: https://vargooutdoors.com/decagon-alcohol-stove.html Vargo Bot 700 ml Pot: https://vargooutdoors.com/bot-700.html Pinnacle Foods Backpacker Meal: https://pinnaclefoods.co/ My other favorite backpacking gear: Backpack: https://bit.ly/3qQo2jj Sleeping Mattress: https://bit.ly/3sY7HvC Sleeping Bag: https://bit.ly/3JTea1h Satellite Communicator: https://bit.ly/3HvEqMQ Camp Stove: https://bit.ly/34mBc06 Cook pot: https://bit.ly/3tdCZ23 Freeze dried Food: https://pinnaclefoods.co/ Headlamp: https://bit.ly/3sYXKOS Rain Jacket: https://bit.ly/3JGoOYU Down Puffy Jacket (warm!): https://bit.ly/32Jn5Sb Down Puffy Jacket (lightweight): https://bit.ly/3pTZYNl Hiking Boots: https://bit.ly/3eSMmvy Hiking Socks: https://bit.ly/3qLVyaI Water Filter: https://bit.ly/3EZyNVE Water Bladder: https://bit.ly/3t2SrxF Camp Pillow: https://bit.ly/34n4749 Folding Knife: https://bit.ly/3sXQNNH Trekking Poles: https://bit.ly/3Hzq4LB Want to lighten your load when backpacking? Thru-hikers everywhere have turned to alcohol stoves for their cooking needs on long distance trails. So if it is good for them, is it right for you? I am new to using alcohol stoves. I've typically used more traditional butane stoves. So when I use the new Decagon alcohol stove from Vargo, I thought I would share my experience and learning curve.