information on solar cookers -Copenhagen Solar Cooker – How to set up and use

December 31, 2012 – 3:29 pm

** All of the solar cooker in Copenhagen that you can buy, the one with the very beautiful, smooth, long-lasting lights, weatherproof and with vinyl backing. With this, the cooking pot remains flat, while the reflective panels are flexible and adapted around the pot. It ’s light, portable and easy and quick to assemble and disassemble. It ‘also very cheap for a solar cooker with which it can be used to cook anything. This video was made only of interest, as I am an enthusiastic user of this product. To purchase what you can go to: sclaustoys.com or search on ebay for “Copenhagen solar cooker.” Sharon Clausson has an eBay Store there. Thanks to Sharon Clausson Cousins ​​and Sharon for their permission to use photos of what they cooked using this solar oven. For a wealth of information on solar cooking see my website at rimstar.org To follow me on Twitter: rimstar.org twitter.com Music used Batty mounting McFaddin Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 creativecommons. org ISRC USUAN1200003 Video Rating: 5 / 5

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  1. 20 Responses to “information on solar cookers -Copenhagen Solar Cooker – How to set up and use”

  2. Just a toy? You can cook pretty much anything with it. Did you watch the montage starting around 4:45 into the video? How is it not useful for a backbacker? Given its portability I’d think it’s ideal.

    By RimstarOrg on Dec 31, 2012

  3. i was hoping this was something that might be useful for a backpacker but from this video i see it is just a toy thanks.

    By Jared Jeanotte on Dec 31, 2012

  4. It’s 3.5 minutes per pound dressed out….I’m, er…just guesstimating, though….yeah, that’s it…GUESStimating! How else would I know….? I…I gotta go now!

    By 999manman on Dec 31, 2012

  5. Keeping you up at night?

    By RimstarOrg on Dec 31, 2012

  6. How long does it take to fully cook a 9lb human baby? I am not going to cook him; I just need to know for reference. Please, tell me as soon as possible.

    By Brian Wunicorson on Dec 31, 2012

  7. Hmmm… Interesting idea. Everyone whose photos I’ve seen does it with the laces tied below. I do it so that it doesn’t interfere with the positioning of the cooking pot and to keep the laces from getting too dirty from dropped liquids. I’ll have to give it a try anyway. It’s easy enough to tie it on the bottom and not do it on the ashfalt but I did it there because it was the best way to film it. The ashfalt gave a nice, large and even colored backdrop.

    By RimstarOrg on Dec 31, 2012

  8. LOL! Because I hadn’t noticed I was doing that.

    By RimstarOrg on Dec 31, 2012

  9. Here I was gonna go and build one out of aluminum foil and old boxes! Wotta sap I was!!! Thanks again for the heads up, Rimstar!

    By 999manman on Dec 31, 2012

  10. Naw, the kitty wasn’t around by the time it was done. :(

    By RimstarOrg on Dec 31, 2012

  11. Hope you offered some to the kitty……

    By Gary Leventhal on Dec 31, 2012

  12. LOL! Buddy has good taste!

    By RimstarOrg on Dec 31, 2012

  13. Buddy gave the beans 4 paws up !

    By TheTomCoteShow on Dec 31, 2012

  14. It is brilliant, isn’t it. Morphable reflector panels! My other five solar cookers are probably feeling neglected because of this one. Well worth it.

    By RimstarOrg on Dec 31, 2012

  15. Thanks about the presentation! I know the inventor is looking in on this video but I don’t know if she has a youtube account and can respond.

    By RimstarOrg on Dec 31, 2012

  16. Thanks! :)

    By RimstarOrg on Jan 1, 2013

  17. It was around 335F (168C) just before I opened it up. But that will vary depending on how much food you have since it absorbs heat, how big the glass container is since it loses heat to the outside, how thick the glass is, how much wind there is, … The important thing is that the carrots which went in fresh and were completely soft in an hour, or maybe less since I didn’t check it until during the cooking.

    By RimstarOrg on Jan 1, 2013

  18. This is freaking awesome! Kudos to the genius who devised this! Portable, too! Gotta get one!

    By 999manman on Jan 1, 2013

  19. A genius invention; a genius presentation. Respect!

    By Yogibernd on Jan 1, 2013

  20. Nice voice! :)
    

    By PennyQuest on Jan 1, 2013

  21. What did the temp get it inside your glass container?

    By TOYOTER0 on Jan 1, 2013

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