shell68 wrote:Hi Gypsylady, why is that?
Can you recommend me something better?
Think I have said all this before but can't recall the post Frilly.
Low pressure stoves perform better, you have a greater control (almost infinite) of the flame, no flare ups, don't blow out as easily and safer as they run through a regulator.
I used a Primus high pressure stove for many years and loved it, but still cursed all the above problems that I encountered on a regular basis.
The reason I changed to a low pressure stove was when I got my first camper I wanted to have it permanently plumbed. The only way I could achieve this was to go to a low pressure stove.
Initially, cooking with it was a bit different but once I got used to it I would never have a high pressure stove ever again.
Because of the greater control you have of the flame, I found I no longer burned the pots either...bonus.
Far superior to any high pressure stove IMO Frilly, money extremely well spent.
Hope this helps.