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Thought some might find this of interest.

solar cooker with storage.
 
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C. Leteller : The funny thing about solar cooker purveyors, is no one wants to study to learn how their forefathers did it !

You bring the whole thing up to temperature and then put the 1st course into a haybox and plunk in the second course !
Instead of just cooking one meal, and that usually a casserole, using a couple of 'hayboxes you can cook for Two days
with one days worth of sun shine !

But I did sign up to follow this site on F B For the Good of the Crafts ! Big AL
 
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C. Letellier wrote:Thought some might find this of interest.

solar cooker with storage.



Ah, they are talking about the SolSource! See Joshua's review in the SolSource mirror cooker review thread.

In the Double Solar Oven thread, Rebecca talks about using a different parabolic cooker called a Scheffler cooker.

The parabolic or mirror cookers cook much hotter and faster than the perhaps more common solar box cookers. I'm just learning about these things myself!
 
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