A Swedish fire log, also known as a Canadian candle, is a log that has been vertically cut and set on fire. The log burns from the inside out and the fire can last for two to five hours depending on the size and material of the wood.
The Swedish Fire Torch, also known as a Canadian Candle, is a great way to set up a fire as it uses only one log, has a flat cooking surface and is self feeding, meaning it can burn for several hours without any attention. To make a Swedish Fire Torch, find a single log, the…
There’s more to starting a campfire than flicking a bit of flame at a heap of wood. Amateur campers like myself know this only too well. I’ve tried - and failed - to keep fires burning inside fireplaces, never mind in the great outdoors. My friend and I once used up so much tinder trying to get a fire going we were reduced to burning receipts from our wallets, before he accidentally incinerated his return bus ticket. Find more information about how to start a campfire and several campfire…
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Here’s A Swedish Fire Log, It’s Pretty Clever
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How to make a Swedish fire log
A Swedish fire log, also known as a Canadian candle, is a log that has been vertically cut and set on fire. What's great about the fire is that it's self-feeding. The log burns from the inside out and the fire can last for two to five hours depending on the size and material of the wood. Here's how to make one of these fancy fire logs!
This is a Swedish fire log. My husband cut a 30 inch round log, then using a chainsaw made pie slices down to within 3 to 4 inches from bottom. Take lighter fluid and pour in center and down the slices. Ignite and enjoy. Very warm fire burned about 20 hours and we just kept adding wood to center as it burned out. We used a pine log but any would do
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Tree-stump grilling. This is cool. We did this all the time in Germany. I t is called the swedish fire log. pour and soak for a few days or weeks. then when you need it start it on fire and you have a fire log that last for hours. we did this in the snow when we had parties or people over to keep warm.
Cooking Like a Man: The Swedish Fire Torch
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