I will definitely be cooking dinner most nights when i am away in May and porridge most mornings. As mentioned in my previous post i had a window fitted in the C/A as this is where i will site the hob, will be leaving the foil off this window when i cook.
I have cooked in both a cabanon venus trailer tent and a cabanon antigua(both canvas) with no condensation problems. They both had a thick plastic window where you cook that you can unzip leaving a mesh window for ventilation. Neither of these tents/trailer tents had a SIG or ZIG but i used to use the 'old' brown plastic ground sheets so probably not a great deal of additional ventilation aside from the window.
TBH Puplebean due to these past experiences i'd never really thought/worried about the prospect of cooking in the Karsten. I shall find out in May
Just wanted to add. One of the reasons for me buying the Karsten was because it was a bit of a pain keep stepping outside the Guadeloupe( if the weather was rotten) to cook under one of the 'wings'.The rain always seems to be driving the wrong way! I thought i could stay nice and snug cooking inside the Karsten and hopefully that will prove to be the case.
Post last edited on 06/03/2015 18:44:37