Yorkshire Andy wrote: ↑Mon Jan 07, 2019 8:54 pmBrambles wrote: ↑Mon Jan 07, 2019 7:20 pmI would +1 the gel fuel if you don't have much space. I have cooked a fry up with one as well as heating up water and heating up tins. It's not rocket assisted, but is very safe as it is in a solid state and suitable for indoor burning and can be used in any trangia type burner or in a pinch, a dollop on a piece of tinfoil in a hexi stove but that was camping. Although I also have a couple of briefcase style stoves and a mini briefcase stove, which I could not in all conscience recommend as it's crap
But as Nurseandy says, do your own research.
i use BQ's gel in mine as its cheap.... similar to this https://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/firedragon ... brain.shop
scores of restaurants use chaffing gel to keep bainsmaris (spl) warm with no issue