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Antique field stove.

Posted by
Jypyä Pop (Turku, Finland) on 13 July 2014 in Lifestyle & Culture and Portfolio.

The Finnish Army has used these digesters at least since the war. Now, as food was available in the tradition of pea soup and pancakes. they have always been the feeling of your favorite food. This commissary was featured in a market where old books were sold. Army of boiled pea soup (Hernerokka or papusoppa) recipe is considered to be very good and it is sold, for example, veterans and disabled war veterans events up to take home.

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Uistnomad from North Uist, United Kingdom

Good photo. A big for me to take camping but soup and pancakes sounds nice

13 Jul 2014 5:52am

@Uistnomad: This may be cooked for a large number at a time. I like both the food.

rem_la from Villiers, France

joli voyage dans le passé

13 Jul 2014 5:54am

@rem_la: Thank you.

ursulakatariina from Uusikaupunki, Finland

Nice shot.

13 Jul 2014 6:14am

@ursulakatariina: Thank you

gerard1948 from Spain

Very nice composition, I love these fairs where we find the old objects of the past. Excellent shooting, I like a lot.
Have a good Sunday.

13 Jul 2014 6:52am

@gerard1948: This is the tradition of the group. "The restaurant" echoing in every war-time pops to create the atmosphere of the time.

Mhelene from Villiers-sur-Marne, France

Superb compositon and interesting !

13 Jul 2014 7:21am

@Mhelene: Thank you

Martine Libouton from Bousval, Belgium

Très belle composition pour cette photo!

13 Jul 2014 7:29am

@Martine Libouton: Thank you

Patrick from Belgium

Un cantinière de l'armée finlandaise?
Good shot.

13 Jul 2014 7:47am

@Patrick: This was used for military purposes at least once in the old time.

tataray from Charentes-Poitou, France

magnifiques anciens objets très attrayants.)

13 Jul 2014 8:35am

@tataray: Thank you

Sam from Chennai, India

Very interesting and a Wonderful composition. :)

13 Jul 2014 8:49am

@Sam: Thank you

omid from mashhad, Iran

very nice shot!
A M A Z I N G !!!

13 Jul 2014 11:16am

@omid: Thank you

Devi from Chennai, India

Wonderful image here ! I love old time cookers and ovens...Thank you Jypya for sharing:))That pea soup sounds yummy:)

13 Jul 2014 2:01pm

@Devi: Thank you. Pea soup is a good, nutritious food. Is particularly suitable for the cold winter time.

Elaine Hancock from Rockville, United States

That looks like it could cook a lot of soup and keep the place warm! A wonderful image!

13 Jul 2014 2:39pm

@Elaine Hancock: You're right, yes it can be cooked much at a time. When cooked in a big pot of pea soup like this, it will be particularly delicious.

Ruthiebear from Titusville, NJ, United States

I have not seen this type of outdoor stove before. Wonderful image and information

13 Jul 2014 3:01pm

@Ruthiebear: This is the great thing Aminus 3 system. You can always see something that you would not otherwise see.

Nicou from Sion, Switzerland

Quelle vue sur cette brocante sueprbe les anciens objets.

13 Jul 2014 4:24pm

@Nicou: This is the antiques that can be used. It will cook a tasty soup.

The Mouse from Glasgow, United Kingdom

Now ,That's a stove!!

13 Jul 2014 8:00pm

@The Mouse: Yes, it is.

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

A neat shot of the old stove. In Vietnam, we were mainly in the field and ate C-rations. These were cans of food that you could heat and some were to be eaten cold. Unfortunately, such rations were very heavy to carry. This was especially true in very rainy weather when the helicopters didn't fly much. On occasion, we were expected to carry two weeks worth of food which is impossible. So, lots of food was thrown away.

When we rotated up to the battalion firebase, we got food prepared in a field kitchen.

13 Jul 2014 9:44pm

@Steve Rice: Proper food is the most important thing in harsh conditions. Often it is not possible in practice. During the war, was often a shortage of food ingredients for soups and sometimes you can not take battle positions, as exporters fell on the way. Yet kenttäkeittö houkkojen was an important tool for maintenance.

Langevine from Angers, France

génial ces éléments

14 Jul 2014 7:28am

Canon PowerShot SX40 HS
1/1000 second
ISO 100
5 mm