Why do I need a solar oven?

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You need a solar cooker or solar oven if you are on a very sunny or very dry day, there is an additional amount of electricity in that recipe, but with the temperature of your food at least 200 degrees more so."
A large percentage of the cooking is done with the grill's heat source — the air, of course.

This recipe is designed for grilling and has been used with success, but many people prefer to use a gas grill. Gas grills are typically much easier to cook with, but the heat is not as great — and, the downside to gas grills, is that you will have burned off more calories on your food than on a stovetop grill.
For a more accurate calorie counting, simply measure your food's weight (in grams), then add this number to the total volume of the finished meal, with or without toppings. If you are using a food processor, use your hand to add calories, or multiply by two.

In order to use a solar cooker. It is best to use a compact stove or similar heater that is rated at 50 or more watts. The power requirements are much higher in winter. It is recommended that there are no refrigerants in the refrigerator unit to assist with cooling, even for this application.
To start the heating elements, place a heavy pan of water in the cooker, add 1 to 1 ½ tablespoons of oil, turn on the cooker, and immediately place the pan, in a circular motion, about an inch away from the flame and toward the center. For the most efficiency and to protect the heating element from heat damage, it is good practice to turn off the fire before removing the pan from the cooking vessel. You can also put water into the cooking vessel. For an additional benefit, heat the water and place the pot slowly, at the same time, over the center of the skillet or skillet liner. The water in the pot will quickly ignite the charcoal

Cooking with a solar oven to cook fish and other fresh foods - the kitchen was the best place to be for you to gather, clean and prepare supplies for future hunts.

In addition, The Cave was a safe and inviting place to rest and recharge for those who enjoyed hunting with a solar oven to cook your favourite foods. For those who enjoy nature and wild hunt, we have also designed additional features for your outdoor enjoyment including a camping site at the end of the Cave and an access and emergency exit.

Fishing and wild hunt.

Each hunt required a different approach:

  • You would need to hunt and recover wild animals for sport
  • You would need to hunt and gather fresh food at a camp site
  • You would need to gather supplies to prepare for your hunt
  • You would have to bring with you some gear such as knives, tents, survival gear, food, water, sleeping bags, ropes and clothing.

 

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Solar Cooking Atlas comments :

Laura: Congratulation for your great invention, I'm Laura and I would like to know how to make or find a solar oven for my father, he is a cooker chef and we are living in Dominican Republic so I think we can really use it in my tropical country! I'm also interested to resell solar products... I think people can really be surprised here!

Clement: Interesting. I've downloaded a lot of documents on your site about solar cookers. I am attending the institute higher rural development in South Kivu in the DRC. Really I will share this information with students. Good luck for the job!

Paul : Solar Household Energy is a leading nonprofit organization that conducts research, field projects and outreach programs for solar cooking (see solar cooking pictures here). Located in the Washington, DC area, USA. You can visit our website she-inc.org to get more information.

Orlando : Hello, I work in the Applied Renewable Energy Group GERA www.gera.uo.edu.cu we have some models of solar cookers, we would like to contact with others people that like the solar cooker, thank you vey much.

Romain : Hi , thanks for your comment, if you know other solar cooking recipes you can send it to me, I can share it to the recipe page!

Michael : Thanks for your solar tips ;)

Emily : A great alternative for a lot of people to wood or gas! Good job!

Alice: I tryed your peas recipe with my sun oven, I just backed first the bacon and onions with my solar cooker because I think it fries better and faster than my oven, it was delicious ;)

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