solar cookers information -Wendy Dewitt — Food Storage Seminar, Part 7 of 9. “Solar Oven Cooking”

July 14, 2012 – 12:23 am

Food Storage Seminar ** – Part 7 of 9. “Cooking solar oven”. For more information, visit everythingunderthesunblog.blogspot.com Recorded in November 2008. Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  1. 12 Responses to “solar cookers information -Wendy Dewitt — Food Storage Seminar, Part 7 of 9. “Solar Oven Cooking””

  2. I liked your video but don’t agree with your comment that self made cookers can do little more than warm hot dogs. I have cooked roasts, potatoes,carros, etc. In a funnel cooker designed by B.Y.U. Not as fancy as a sun oven but only a few dollars for aluminum foil and glue and it worked great. Search B.Y.U. Solar cooker for plans. I am told the B.Y.U. Funnel cooker production of 2000 units is under way with an estimated cost between $20-$30.

    By thisisgrc on Jul 14, 2012

  3. thermal cooker expensive but they work.

    By CBob357 on Jul 14, 2012

  4. Dear Mrs. Dewitt.

    I just watched your 8 part series which was great. I am a poor organizer; can I purchase your written class materials?

    Thank you,
    28 Bull

    By 28bull on Jul 14, 2012

  5. That Sun Oven is like mine. Same resource? I’ve collected some cardboard boxes, insulation, and Mylar from recycled chip bags to make more ovens. Kept some tempered glass sheets from old bookshelves – use them for the top. I’ve been using my Sun Oven for boiling eggs lately since my chickens are laying like crazy.

    I like the idea of using more than one oven even though it’s just me here at home. That way I can cook the main course in one oven and then dessert or bread in the other oven.

    By KasinH on Jul 14, 2012

  6. Nice idea – if enough moisture gets out. The glass tends to keep moisture in.

    By KasinH on Jul 14, 2012

  7. we live in australia, just put it in a steel mixing bowl and she will be right !

    By uncaljeff on Jul 14, 2012

  8. my last name is dewitt…  family????

    By dewitttable on Jul 14, 2012

  9. With the solar oven, screens to dehydrate foods might be an option,too.
    Very wonderful series! I thank you so much!

    By Yeshuamysavior1 on Jul 14, 2012

  10. great except for rainy days. even cloudy days enough solar/uv radiation gets through to cook with, lower temps of course.

    By steelhorses2004 on Jul 14, 2012

  11. Nice Nice Video. I really loved your video. Youtube can be a great asset for you. If you need any help getting your video exposed, check out this site called tubeviews [dot net] It has really done wonders for me, I have built 3 Channels up with videos at top in position and this is my forth channel i’m going to working on.

    Your Video was compiled lovely!

    By Bandanadgh on Jul 14, 2012

  12. How do you turn it on?

    LOL

    By TheFNG556 on Jul 14, 2012

  13. I live in the northwest, do we have enough sun to make the solar oven purchase worth it?

    By mishqueen on Jul 14, 2012

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