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Pictures Of Modernized Way Of Using Firewoods For Cooking Inside Your House

The capacity to manage fire and use it to prepare food is a vital trait of humanity.

Firewood in the shape of logs and tree branches is the earliest type of cooking fuel. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) defines firewood (also known as fuelwood) as "wood in the rough (from tree trunks and branches) to be used as fuel for purposes such as cooking, heating, or power production."

However, because of the smokes and the archaic style of cooking, people increasingly choose gas and kerosene to firewood.

However, people have devised a method for using firewood in their apartments without having to step outdoors to do so.

Firewood is divided into two types: hardwood and softwood. Softwoods burn more quickly and produce less heat than hardwoods due to their lower energy (carbon) content per volume.

However, all hardwood and softwood have comparable energy content per weight; a firewood's energy content is mostly determined by its moisture content. The less energy it takes to evaporate the water from the fuel, the more energy is available for heating or cooking.

The images below illustrate how tiles were utilized to create the space where the woods will be placed, as well as where the put will be placed.

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FAO Firewoods Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations


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