Good for camp stoves

Verified Buyer Reviewed by RuralGrl from San Francisco on Tuesday, October 14, 2014
When I first saw this in the shipping box, I couldn't believe it would really hold a quart (32 ounces). But I measured and found that if you fill it all the way to the brim, it does indeed hold a quart. The stainless steel is quite thin and my cup arrived with a slight dent, so long-range durability is in question, but it's very lightweight and was inexpensive.
Was looking for something to melt butter for baking and keep sauces warm in the corner of the propane two-burner stove on the boat. Because this doesn't have a long handle like a saucepan, it fits great -- wedged into the corner next to the wind guards and off the flame where another pot is simmering, but still warm enough to melt butter and keep the gravy warm. Don't know yet about the strength of the welds on the handle, but I'm using this for small amounts of sauce or liquids, so it will probably be ok.
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