Use Miti To Turn Any Foot-Long Log Into An Outdoor Stove


There’s no shortage of portable options for cooking in the wild outdoors, from the Survival Stove to Biolite’s Camp Stove to the nature-powered GoSun. So far, though, we’ve never seen anything as portable (or as manly, for that matter) as the Miti-001, a single disc that you can equip into a functional outdoor stove.

That’s right, the entire thing just consists of a single disc and a set of pegs. No, you’re not going to cook using just those, of course, but they’re the only things you need to squeeze in your pack, freeing up plenty of other space for any other gear you need to bring for the trip.


To use Miti-001, you’ll need to pair it with a round log (they recommend one between 12 to 14 inches long, with a diameter of 7.5 to 9 inches) that you either find or make yourself at camp (finally, a use for your axe-chopping skills). Stand the log vertically, use an axe to split it into four pieces, and attach the disc to the top using the included pegs, where it will serve as the stovetop. From there, you simply insert twigs, branches, leaves, and other things you can use as fuel in the cracks between each of the log pieces, light them up, and start cooking once you get a fire going. Both the laser-cut disc and the pegs are made from steel, with the whole thing weighing just 2.5 pounds.


Available now, the Miti-001 is priced at CAD $65.

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2 Responses

  1. cook

    This is a nice cooking idea, but I don’t think this is a bargain at $65. If they threw in a book and a pot, maybe I’d consider this a must have for outdoor prepping. I wonder if you could use those artificial logs, I think they’re called Duraflame, with this mini stove.

    Our Marathon gas station sells bundles of logs that have been split already. They would work perfectly with this little cooking tool.

  2. samantha

    this was such a great idea, and it hardly leaves a mess! i like how well put together this is. it can be tough camping sometimes, getting all of the right pieces, this and that, and all in a matter of time before the sun goes down. i like how the metal clamp is designed to still keep the log together while using it as well. the way that its cracked and held together allows you to feed the fire, which is especially helpful. the pegs were a great idea and touch, and for the price this seems like a no-brainer for any camping trick! love how they used chicken in the demo-video, mm looks delicious, definitely will be checking this product out further!


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