fresnel solar cooker -SOLAR BREAD Fresnel Lens Solar Cooking Concentrated Sunlight Hot Oil

May 29, 2012 – 12:22 pm

Www.greenpowerscience.com ** This is a request for bread solar viewer. The oil heated to 170C in 90 seconds.

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  1. 25 Responses to “fresnel solar cooker -SOLAR BREAD Fresnel Lens Solar Cooking Concentrated Sunlight Hot Oil”

  2. sunny yummy

    By joesuggs3 on May 29, 2012

  3. i wonder how much oil is in that pan cuz everything seems to be swimming in it, useing solar power is awesome but u should watch ur cholesterol lol

    By JimmySveti on May 29, 2012

  4. I miss the bathing suit Hot very Hot!!!

    By wolfwind371 on May 29, 2012

  5. awesome job, thanks for posting im so glad i subscribed

    By Taud on May 29, 2012

  6. itS boobie girl again xD

    By hollydupont on May 29, 2012

  7. Hi Denise and Dan, What about VERY CLOUDY conditions? Unlike you, a lot of us I live where the weather is very often rainy and windy. I use. I realise the area of collection may have to be relatively large – I’m curious to know HOW large, and how practical it would be, using silver paper reflectors and my two large fresnel lenses, to wean myself off gas and electricity. Gratefujl if you can help. It could change the global public attitude to solar cooking. Bruce Thomson in New Zealand.

    By PalmyBruce on May 29, 2012

  8. ofcourse the woman does the cooking :L

    By kennys50 on May 29, 2012

  9. no it won’t, we use queen’s energy

    By zederish on May 29, 2012

  10. Not sure how well this would work in the UK…

    By m52spy on May 29, 2012

  11. Great stuff! Thank you! Do you have a DVD?

    By OpenWorldCafe on May 29, 2012

  12. Great for making campfire-made Krispy Kremes! =) Really appreciate the safety tip at the end. The slow motion really burned it into our minds and thankfully not because our bodies got burned!

    By CJsKidsClub on May 29, 2012

  13. sunny yummy

    By joesuggs3 on May 29, 2012

  14. i wonder how much oil is in that pan cuz everything seems to be swimming in it, useing solar power is awesome but u should watch ur cholesterol lol

    By JimmySveti on May 29, 2012

  15. I miss the bathing suit Hot very Hot!!!

    By wolfwind371 on May 29, 2012

  16. awesome job, thanks for posting im so glad i subscribed

    By Taud on May 29, 2012

  17. itS boobie girl again xD

    By hollydupont on May 29, 2012

  18. Hi Denise and Dan, What about VERY CLOUDY conditions? Unlike you, a lot of us I live where the weather is very often rainy and windy. I use. I realise the area of collection may have to be relatively large – I’m curious to know HOW large, and how practical it would be, using silver paper reflectors and my two large fresnel lenses, to wean myself off gas and electricity. Gratefujl if you can help. It could change the global public attitude to solar cooking. Bruce Thomson in New Zealand.

    By PalmyBruce on May 29, 2012

  19. ofcourse the woman does the cooking :L

    By kennys50 on May 29, 2012

  20. no it won’t, we use queen’s energy

    By zederish on May 29, 2012

  21. Not sure how well this would work in the UK…

    By m52spy on May 29, 2012

  22. Great stuff! Thank you! Do you have a DVD?

    By OpenWorldCafe on May 29, 2012

  23. Great for making campfire-made Krispy Kremes! =) Really appreciate the safety tip at the end. The slow motion really burned it into our minds and thankfully not because our bodies got burned!

    By CJsKidsClub on May 29, 2012

  24. Sweet

    By SilentKillayou on May 29, 2012

  25. The whole method looks dangerous to me!

    Wasn’t that smoke coming off the cook surface when you re-directed the light source? Would seem that you’d better not let your arm or hands get under that sunbeam… yowser! 

    Give me a good old “dutch oven” over hot coals any day. (It’s what the American pioneers used.)

    By MzProgressive on May 29, 2012

  26. looks yummy

    By greatliar123 on May 29, 2012

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