solar cooker images -Solar Cooking “Grilling becomes thrilling” -Panasonic ecoideasnet

September 9, 2012 – 6:24 pm

Echo ** For more ideas follow us on: What is the best spice for cooking chicken? It could be the sun. Solar energy does not cause any harm to the environment, and makes the chicken taste delicious. “Kai Yang Palang Saeng Arthit” 6632-428250 This restaurant uses a solar heating system 1,000 handmade mirrors to cook chicken well in 14 minutes. A Um Cha, a three-hour drive from Bangkok, Thailand. Video Rating: 4 / 5

** SOS Sport solar oven and links customer reviews: If you try cooking solar oven you will be amazed. Cooking with solar oven SOS and ‘easy and does not use fuel. It produces great tasting food. Solar cooking is a great idea for camping, backyard family parties, cooking emergency and a great way to keep cooking heat outside the home, because you are not using an indoor oven. Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  1. 50 Responses to “solar cooker images -Solar Cooking “Grilling becomes thrilling” -Panasonic ecoideasnet”

  2. I use a 60/30 solar oven to cook the family meals in Michigan and always wondered how much would a person have to gear up to do a restaurant. I’ve seen a dozen solar ovens cooking, but this is a strategy I never imagined – a single mondo sized parabolic concentrator used for large group meals. It would take very, very little more to harness such a power to serve multiple functions, from community cooking to pottery to smelting. I’ve seen laptop size solar smelters. This outshines them all.

    By c33r0k33 on Sep 9, 2012

  3. Thailand Only

    By NaNuTumblue on Sep 9, 2012

  4. FANTASTIC !!!!!!!

    By Snapshotok2000 on Sep 9, 2012

  5. Excellent use of that great star the sun.It would cook turkey quickly too.

    By tehutimes1 on Sep 9, 2012

  6. อยากกิน น้ำลายไหล ไม่ไหวเเล้ว :d

    By AAeworlds on Sep 9, 2012

  7. WOW!!!

    By VBanks99 on Sep 9, 2012

  8. χαχαχαχαχαχαχαχαχαχαχαχαχα, ρε φιλε εχεις δικιο!! Τι κανει ο τυπος!!! Παντως εαν μπορουσα να το κανω και γω αυτο το ψησιμο θα το εκανα!! ;)

    By akillas28 on Sep 9, 2012

  9. θα μας κάψει ο μαλάκας :Ρ

    By TCOCharlesDexterWard on Sep 9, 2012

  10. YUM!

    By kpeavey2 on Sep 9, 2012

  11. very cool. but you better have left overs of a rainy day. LOL

    By contreeman on Sep 9, 2012

  12. Awesome !!!

    By ttasd1 on Sep 9, 2012

  13. …not to mention how many employees/customers got vaporized when the sun moved. he he he no one here will argue with the cook; never.

    By flat1man on Sep 9, 2012

  14. great work, awsome and simple.
    we should promote more of this in rest of the world, to make world better place to live.

    By GK007001 on Sep 9, 2012

  15. That was totally wicked!!! ha!

    By norvman on Sep 9, 2012

  16. This is fantastic, and I love it. I would love to cook most of my foods on a solar cooker.

    By dafranx on Sep 10, 2012

  17. Ingenious. The rest of us should listen and _learn_ :)

    By AGrandt on Sep 10, 2012

  18. Cool taste like chicken!

    By Kanoee64 on Sep 10, 2012

  19. @TheoryIsSpeculation Brilliant !

    By leayape on Sep 10, 2012

  20. You are a complete idiot haha lol

    By leayape on Sep 10, 2012

  21. felicitaciones!!!!!!!!!!!eres un genio!!!! me has inspirado!!!!gracias por compartir!!!!

    By clauagui1 on Sep 10, 2012

  22. More power to you, this is called independence, something dick dgg does not understand and never will.

    By SolarizeYourLife on Sep 10, 2012

  23. They have this new thing out… IT’S CALLED FIRE! DIG OR BUILD A PIT, LIGHT A FIRE AND COOK YOUR DINNER! Nah, instead I will create a parabolic mirror reflector, that NASA would be proud of and using mechanics redirect the rays of a star to cook my… Chicken? Duck? Cat? You’re taking a rocket ship to the store, when it is right down the street. Must be government financed. NASA needed a pen to write in zero gravity, upside down, spent millions… Russians used a pencil.

    By godbluffvdgg on Sep 10, 2012

  24. excellent!

    By callmeshane303 on Sep 10, 2012

  25. Amazing your my hero!

    By awallace230 on Sep 10, 2012

  26. Thank for sharing!!! You are great!!

    By n0ns0n0 on Sep 10, 2012

  27. I don’t know how long it takes to cook things in the solar oven because I just put it in there and when I have time and think about it I go get it. I love that the food won’t burn. I’m sure you can regulate the temperature by propping up the lid a little or not facing it directly at the sun. With everything I have cooked in it I have not done that or worried about it.

    By LDSPrepper on Sep 10, 2012

  28. What is the time difference from cooking from a regular oven?
    Can you regulate the temperature?
    Thank you , you are the Best.

    By deec269 on Sep 10, 2012

  29. Yes.

    By LDSPrepper on Sep 10, 2012

  30. Nothing against your wedge shaped muffins, but if you did want them to be rounded, could you just use a black muffin tin?

    By MrKDogg on Sep 10, 2012

  31. I live just south of Houston, it’s one thing we’re blessed with is plenty of sunshine!

    By johnrk556 on Sep 10, 2012

  32. You’ll love these ovens. We use them all the time.

    By LDSPrepper on Sep 10, 2012

  33. I just ordered two of these solar cookers! I’m so glad that you gave a link, thank you, thank you. I tried to make one once out of cardboard – can you say ‘fail’? LOL So excited to get this. Love your videos.

    By Lisa Russell on Sep 10, 2012

  34. I love how excited you get lol it’s cute! Great video

    By Kairoszafiro on Sep 10, 2012

  35. Yes. They fit a whole chicken easily.

    By LDSPrepper on Sep 10, 2012

  36. I couldn’t really tell from the video, would these pots fit a chicken?
    Thanks for the vid – great job!

    By MrPrepper on Sep 10, 2012

  37. Yes it is. I used it today to melt bee wax from my honey bee hives. It worked great!

    By LDSPrepper on Sep 10, 2012

  38. a slow cooker without the power, nice.

    By eph5121 on Sep 10, 2012

  39. Thank you for your kind words. I’m glad this video was helpful. I hope you enjoy using your solar oven.

    By LDSPrepper on Sep 10, 2012

  40. First off thank you so much for your very informative videos …..i have been thinking about purchasing a solar oven but wanted to learn more about cooking and which one would be best for me … helped make my decision…. thanks again and may God continually bless you and your family

    By TheMorenose on Sep 10, 2012

  41. Thank you–I will

    By perbain on Sep 10, 2012

  42. I have no way of knowing. I would recommend you call a local church and ask them. There is a good chance they are.

    By LDSPrepper on Sep 10, 2012

  43. Would you know if LDS is going to have a Prepper convention in Illinois?

    By perbain on Sep 10, 2012

  44. This looks great. I am going to get one of these. Its great. Thank you.

    By perbain on Sep 10, 2012

  45. Thanks for sharing. I’m going to buy one.

    By yeahryt74b on Sep 10, 2012

  46. WoW this is fantastic! Isn’t it great to be self reliant?

    By icomngo on Sep 10, 2012

  47. . Thank you.

    By Christopher711 on Sep 10, 2012

  48. It works all the time. Even in winter in Idaho. As long as you have cloudless days.

    By LDSPrepper on Sep 10, 2012

  49. I live in southeast , Idaho. guess this would work a few months out of the year here.

    By Christopher711 on Sep 10, 2012

  50. You can get plans online for cardboard cookers that easily reach 300 degrees.
    The most important thing is getting the glass to fit without leaking any air. One way is to put a bead of silicone on the box then lay plastic wrap on the bead to prevent the glass from sticking. Let the glass set on the bead until it hardens then remove the excess plastic wrap. this way the glass can be removed and it will seal perfectly.

    By krzjim on Sep 10, 2012

  51. An SOS will reach 275 in winter afternoon without reflectors. With reflectors you should reach 300+.
    In summer it will run between about 50 degrees hotter.

    By krzjim on Sep 10, 2012

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