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Hobbes
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Posted Wed May 25, 2005, 7:12pm
Subject: Camping with Bialetti
 

Hi, tomorrow night I will be camping out in front of a local box office for Rolling Stones tickets, and I was wondering if my Bialetti moka pot would be all right to use on a small one burner camping stove (it is aluminum, not steel). I know all it needs is an adequate heat source, but I'm wondering if it would be damaged by an open flame. Thanks.
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Posted Wed May 25, 2005, 9:14pm
Subject: Re: Camping with Bialetti
 

I used to use my Bialetti on a gas stove, so I don't see why not. Backpackers use them all the time (though those little lightweight enameled jobs with the drip-wand are lighter and more popular).

 
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Posted Thu May 26, 2005, 3:00am
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Rolling Stones? Aren't they dead yet?
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Posted Thu May 26, 2005, 9:24am
Subject: Re: Camping with Bialetti
 

95% of the tickets are sold to people who buy them online.  Camping for tickets was a thing of the past... or so i thought.
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Posted Thu May 26, 2005, 4:45pm
Subject: Re: Camping with Bialetti
 

counting Said:

Rolling Stones? Aren't they dead yet?

Posted May 26, 2005 link

They did a remake of one of their hits--it's now, "Hey, You, Get Offa My Lawn!"

I bought my Stones tix online--last time I stood in line for concert tickets, I had to compete with the "pickers" hired by scalpers. And I had to stand outside in the freezing cold for hours in the early morning on a weekend. Feh.

 
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Posted Sun Jun 16, 2013, 3:59pm
Subject: Re: Camping with Bialetti
 

A good friend has one and I picked up a skirton ianyone have any good advice on setting proper grind suze or techniques?
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Posted Mon Jun 17, 2013, 7:33am
Subject: Re: Camping with Bialetti
 

This is an 8 year dead thread, why don't you start a new one on this topic?

 
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