buy solar cooker -$5 Funnel Solar Oven – Make A Solar Oven For $5

April 21, 2012 – 12:27 am

** You can really buy or build a solar oven for $ 5? Yes you can. My sister has hit the dollar store and got everything he needed to build a solar oven funnel $ 5. If you’re on a tight budget or just want to try something new and fun to make a funnel solar oven and have some fun ‘.

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  1. 25 Responses to “buy solar cooker -$5 Funnel Solar Oven – Make A Solar Oven For $5”

  2. This is awesome. I am going to try this one this weekend. I will do a reply video. Thanks for sharing.

    By Ejahi on Apr 21, 2012

  3. This is great.  I am going to feature it on my new blog on preparedness, The Prepper’s Guide thepreppersguide. com

    By thewebwoman on Apr 21, 2012

  4. How did it work?

    By jksatte on Apr 21, 2012

  5. very cool idea.

    By Uriel1816 on Apr 21, 2012

  6. Interesting idea. Give it a try.

    By LDSPrepper on Apr 21, 2012

  7. You guys got me to thinking. A space blanket I think would also work.and if it would a space blanket could be carried any were. and set up to cook food a survival situation

    By mogges1 on Apr 21, 2012

  8. very creative….

    I’ve tried this in the past using mylar reflective sheets found at an art or hardware store and plain cardboard :-)

    By hospitalbedpan1 on Apr 21, 2012

  9. that’s pretty awesome!

    By cnleiva on Apr 21, 2012

  10. The cooling rack isn’t to get sun on the bottom of the pan; it’s to keep the sunshade from melting.

    By blurglide on Apr 21, 2012

  11. Thank you.

    By LDSPrepper on Apr 21, 2012

  12. That depends on what you are cooking, how much, the container, how much sunshine, etc.

    By LDSPrepper on Apr 21, 2012

  13. @luvintherawlife Both ways work. Find what works best for the dish you are preparing. Glad to hear you eat raw. That is the best.

    By LDSPrepper on Apr 21, 2012

  14. great video

    By gedking8871 on Apr 21, 2012

  15. how long can it take to cook!?

    By deadlyyellowrose on Apr 21, 2012

  16. Brilliant! Thanks for sharing. 

    By mbrasher11 on Apr 21, 2012

  17. I don’t know.

    By LDSPrepper on Apr 21, 2012

  18. Hi, I am planning to make a solar oven and gluing aluminum foil to the sides of a box….do you know if the glue gets too hot from the cooking if it will cause toxic gas to contaminate the food? is there a certain type of glue i should use?

    By HandsomeSasquatch on Apr 21, 2012

  19. I think both ways work. With the bag it cooks faster and locks in the moisture.

    By LDSPrepper on Apr 21, 2012

  20. With the funnel cooker, do you need a roasting bag if your pot has a lid?

    By ravenselene on Apr 21, 2012

  21. You are welcome. Thanks for watching.

    By LDSPrepper on Apr 21, 2012

  22. I never thought of using a windshield cover. I’ll have to try this, thanks for posting?

    By ravenselene on Apr 21, 2012

  23. Let us know how it goes. It should be fun and interesting.

    By LDSPrepper on Apr 21, 2012

  24. I was just thinking aluminum foil would work but this is much easier and cheaper than replacing foil. Maybe the hole in the bottom is for air flow for even cooking? Can’t wait to try this!

    By MrsNewAmericaNow on Apr 21, 2012

  25. Thank you so much for your comment. Please everyone take a look at EBKauai’s channel for more info on these solar ovens/cookers.

    By LDSPrepper on Apr 21, 2012

  26. This is my favorite type of solar cooker.

    The horizontal mode (like your video) is for when the sun is lower in the sky. The vertical position (which needs a bucket to support it) is for when the sun is more directly overhead.

    I put mine in the back of my truck, on picnic tables, next to my blanket at the beach or anywhere I will be for 2-3 hours.

    By EBKauai on Apr 21, 2012

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