Body Hammer wrote:Most handfired stoves burn nut. If your grates have fairly close gaps, you can burn pea size.
Most will burn either especially after you have established fire. When you get down to something like the Franco Belge you can even use buck
I burn mostly nut. But when it's not that cold out I have burned pea
You can always mix them together, most of my customers I've suggested range too (pea & nut mixed) were happy with it.
The problem with this stove assuming it's the same as all the Hetrolas I've seen is it's box with a hole in the side.
. It's not very efficient and with all the air infiltration not easily controlled either.
I don't think I can get pea my supplier has stove, nut, rice
Go with the nut then, ask about the pea. It's easily the most abundant size so acquisition should be easy..