It turns out that rural habits, cooking using indoor wood stove is very inherent and difficult to replace with modern methods such as the use of gas stoves or kerosene stoves. This is understandable, because it is easier for rural people to use firewood than using gas stoves or kerosene stoves. After all until now to get firewood there was no need to spend money. But, even so at one time the availability of firewood will decrease in line with the increasing population in the countryside, because to recycle trees takes a long time.
Indoor wood stove commonly used in my village is made of clay which has 2 (two) fire holes for cooking, namely a main fire pit just above the flame of the wood and the other fire pit is on the right edge. The model and design of the wood stove is same. From the time when I was a child until now there has been no change. The wood stove model is not efficient and very wasteful of firewood, black and dirty cooking utensils and so much smoke emits because the combustion system is not perfect, so it makes the eyes sore for people who are not used to it.