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Old 12-11-2013, 04:11 PM   #29
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as others have mentioned NuWave has some efficient products. In our full-time-rig (38ft fiver) we use the NuWave programmable induction plate with our SS/ceramic coated cookware. We've not turned on the built in propane stove in ages except to fire it up seasonally just to keep the pipes going.

We also take the NW unit along with us during winter camping at state parks with the Parkliner to extend our camping to year round... knowing we will have AC power for a portable ceramic heater, laptop, etc. (Once we are beyond winter months we are back to dry camping off grid and no electric appliances).
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One of the biggest difference for us cooking while camping, as compared to home, is that we have no 120V electricity for the majority of our nights out, and this is reflected in how we cook, .
For those who camp primarily in Provincial Parks here in BC they also dont have power at most sites so going with an all electric trailer is much like camping in a tent.
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In SK most Provincial and National Parks have both electrical and unserviced campsites. Some Parks have entire campgrounds that are unserviced (we LOVE then as they are quieter and often include a smallish lake). Electrical sites cost more per night, of course, and sometimes we pay and sometimes go basic,

The decisions around what you want and don't want when camping are very individual. We chose fairly basic and no water tank, If someone else wants everything and a kitchen sink that is fine for them. Some take a tv and we don't bother with one even at home!
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