cookit solar cooker -Solar Cooking in Africa – A Remarkable Technology Transfer

April 12, 2012 – 6:31 am

** This video shows the significant technology transfer is taking place in Africa, as thousands of people are introduced to solar cooking technology, which allows you to cook food and boil water with the most abundant source of energy and free Africa – the sun. I hope you share this and other videos on my channel solarwindmama with family and friends.

Kitchen ** solar energy in winter the snow using my CooKit changed. They show me how to do the cooking and the solar cooker. Plans for the CooKit modified are: rimstar.org – rimstar.org Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  1. 13 Responses to “cookit solar cooker -Solar Cooking in Africa – A Remarkable Technology Transfer”

  2. The purpose of the ‘research’ is to locate and test more durable materials in prototypes to determine which reflective foils last longest in a harsh desert environment and which ones are most resistant to moisture. We also need to test different clear plastics to find out which ones don’t create toxic gasses when heated to cooking temp and which don’t get cloudy after long exposure to UV rays in the desert.

    By solarwindmama on Apr 12, 2012

  3. There is NO reason to donate for RESEARCH – there is NOTHING to research.

    What IS needed, is to use BETTER materials and designs to make glass mirrors, and glass and enamelled pots, and to make and distribute them.

    By callmeshane303 on Apr 12, 2012

  4. Just purchased a solar cooker. looking forward to using it. and I am so glad for the work you are doing for our world and the people of earth! God Bless!

    By motherpopcorn504 on Apr 12, 2012

  5. I’ve been solar-cooking a few months now, in idaho. I sure love cooking for free & keeping my kitchen nice & cool.

    By CarrelDawn on Apr 12, 2012

  6. i have no idea of listening, would someone please give me the article about this video ?

    By ohmyheartbreaking on Apr 12, 2012

  7. i h

    By ohmyheartbreaking on Apr 12, 2012

  8. Very intelligent

    By DoodiePunk on Apr 12, 2012

  9. amazing they should bring coocking in thailand bcuz here have many sun !!! GREAT PROJECT !! SAvE forest ! and use free energy !! the sun !!

    By pochul on Apr 12, 2012

  10. Great job, Pat ~ I’m so glad to have been a part of some of the great work you do!

    By SolarMoxieSF on Apr 12, 2012

  11. very cool- inspiring!
    Check out my solar cooker and tiny housing/micro-housing videos on my channel….

    By relaxshacksDOTcom on Apr 12, 2012

  12. An excellent explanation of the technology and issues of solar cooking.

    By Beardy241 on Apr 12, 2012

  13. It was a little mushy, but tasted good anyway, and even better since it was solar cooked!

    By RimstarOrg on Apr 12, 2012

  14. That looks very scrumptious!

    By KD0IDB on Apr 12, 2012

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