Tim has come a long way since his days as a diesel fitter mechanic, and now spends his time between Australia and New Zealand (and sometimes the US) as a semi professional pyromaniac and mad scientist, teaching people how to burn stuff and make really cool machines and devices for low carbon living.
Joel draws on a deep well of experience (as an energy auditor, sustainable transport consultant, environmental educator among other things) which he combines with a rare knack for explaining technical issues in a clear and engaging way that cuts straight to the heart of matters. Joel has just finished owner-building his permaculture-designed property and strawbale house which features impressive passive cooling, heating lighting and water strategies, rocket stoves for heating and cooking, and a beautiful curved roofline that follows the path of the winter sun.
Rob Griffin wrote:
Overall a book that can have you rethinking your oven requirements and for the price you should check it out.
Just because you can get the oven up to almost 1000 degrees F, it does not mean you can flash cook frozen pizzas as the outsides will burn before the middle is thawed and cooked....this is how Tim was banned from cooking at the AT course...
Tim Barker wrote:Hi Tyler unfortunately not. Im a physical book kind of person also. All i can advise is print it out double sided and ring bind it. That's what i did when i bought the ebook of Ianto's rocket mass heater book.
Tim Barker wrote:Hi Paul try here
It would give a normal human mental abilities to rival mine. To think it is just a tiny ad:
It's like binging on 7 seasons of your favorite netflix permaculture showhttp://permaculture-design-course.com/