Rocket Man Kyle Demos Amazing Rocket Stove Flat Cooking Surface

Kyle of the Dancing Rabbit Critters gives us a tour of the “cooking appliances” in their community outdoor kitchen. They cook without fossil fuel using waste wood and solar energy to make their meals.

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Outdoor Kitchen Redefines Simple Living, Saves Money

Continuing the tour of the Critter Kitchen at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage, Kyle talks about the design features of their outdoor kitchen. The Critters wanted their kitchen to be affordable, upcycle materials, and eliminate the need for fossil fuel. They thought a lot about how they wanted to build it to serve not only these purposes, but to create a space where community could thrive.

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Look What the Critters Did to This Kitchen

Obviously it’s possible to cook without fossil fuel because humans have been doing it forever. At Dancing Rabbit some people cook with propane, one of about two ways DR members allow themselves to use fossil fuel. But the Critters, a subcommunity at DR, choose to cook without fossil fuel. In this video Kyle, of my Kyle’s Crazy House video, gives us a tour of the Critter Kitchen, a kitchen designed for community and sustainability.

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Modifying a Truck to Run on Waste Wood Part 2

We continue the tour of Rae and Aaron’s wood gasification system for their truck. In this video they show us what’s under the bed–condensors, blower fans, a modified muffler. They are getting their truck ready for a road trip during the winter months.

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Beautiful Finish Alis Coat on a Tiny House Pt 4

In this final installation of this natural building how-to series demonstrating an earthen plaster repair and alis application, we see the finished product of all our hard work. I finished it just in time for the new tenants to move into Wisteria Lodge.

The Stunning Results of My Clay Alis Natural Paint Pt 3

Continuing this natural building how-to series and my earthen plaster renewal and alis on Wisteria Lodge, in this video I show you the technique for applying the alis. The transformation of the ugly worn earthen plaster begins and we see what a difference the alis makes in the aesthetics of this tiny house.