I have the Solavore Sport. I bake carrot cake in there, and even won the best yeast bread at the Montana State Fair. I haven't been able to find anything I can't cook in there.
I do when I'm baking, but often don't need to when I'm making ribs or other meals.
Tim Skufca wrote:We have a "Sun Oven" which I've seen get to temperatures above 350F. The mirrors concentrate the sun into the oven. It's truly amazing. One must be more vigilant with what is being cooked though. My garbonzo beans cooked and then started drying because I left it too long - but a bit more water/stock brought the beans back to life in no time.
Similar down-sides as it is plastic and holds about the same as the Solvare. It's also not cheap.
Sun Oven: https://www.sunoven.com/
Tyler Ludens wrote:I've used Graniteware. http://graniteware.com/
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