alternative cooking fuels

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    birdgirl1
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    I just finished reading at the National Terror Altert site regarding alternative cooking fuels. In referencing both sterno and coleman stove type fuels it stated that both can evaporate in tightly sealed containers and one should be aware that they are not the best for long term storage 🙁 . I found this site when looking for the best way to store charcoal briquettes long term. This came as a surprise to me as I have wanted to build a supply of coleman fuel and I know others on this site do as well. Have I misinterpreted the information? Do they mean the fuel evaporates quickly once the canister has been opened, or do they mean it can evaporate even from a new, unopened canister? If anyone can clear this up, I would be very appreciative! Birdgirl+1

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