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Baragar, A. E. (1942). Pressure gasoline and pressure kerosene stoves (University of Nebraska Agricultural Experiment Station Circular No. 70)
There are people who believe that pressure gasoline and pressure kerosene stoves are dangerous cooking appliances to use in the home. Possibly this opinion is, in some instances, justified. Nevertheless, these stoves deserve careful consideration because: they are much more efficient than the ordinary gravity flow kerosene stove; they have insulated ovens; they often have a good temperature indicator, and, what is most important, they cook and bake rapidly. The important factors to consider when either purchasing or operating a stove of this type are safety, construction, and performance.