Cooking is one of the most needed things in our everyday life which most of us don’t even think about to often, it’s just something that happens in everyone’s life whether you cook 3 meals a day at home or you tend to eat out daily, someone all over the planet is cooking food for themselves or someone else.
There are many different ways to cook without electric power here are a few most common ways of cooking.

BBQ Grill:
Your BBQ grill is a great tool to use to cook food without power. You can use wood or charcoal and can cook just about anything on it that you can cook on a stove.

The BioLite CampStove generates usable electricity for charging LED lights, mobile phones, and other personal devices. Burning only wood, the CampStove creates a smokeless campfire that can cook meals and boil water in minutes. Setup is easy, fuel is free, and flames are hyperefficient with performance on par with white gas stoves.
Wood Fire:
This is probably the most popular method of cooking without power but it does require a steady supply of wood.

Camp Stoves:
These handy-dandy little stoves have been around forever and are easy to carry with you if you use the smaller ones.

Earth Oven:
While stationary these ovens work very well for places like base camp or your bug out location.

Propane Stove or Single Burner:
These are quite handy but you need a good supply of propane to keep them going.

Rocket Stove:
A rocket stove uses a small wood fire to heat a combustion chamber so that your fuel is used efficiently.

Solar Ovens:
These operate exactly as you’d think from the name: they use solar panels to cook the food without power.

Volcano Stove:
These little stoves are great because they collapse into an easily-portable size and shape and can burn wood, charcoal or propane. They’re extremely efficient, too.