solar oven -My solar oven

April 10, 2012 – 12:22 pm

** You can really cook with a solar oven and can be made of waste material for free!

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  1. 25 Responses to “solar oven -My solar oven”

  2. So cool! Very clever!

    By 902auntmeme on Apr 10, 2012

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    By solarpanellights on Apr 10, 2012

  4. nice idea. how hot does it get? what can you cook in it?

    By yes1260 on Apr 10, 2012

  5. is that an albino turkey i see in the background

    By designbuilddestroy on Apr 10, 2012

  6. How hot does it get? I need to build one!

    By geofftubeyou on Apr 10, 2012

  7. There’s actually no proof Al is linked with Alzheimers disease – that was some preliminary ideas from years back which were subsequently never proven. Then misunderstanding of the information has been perpetuated…

    By TheDrIvan on Apr 10, 2012

  8. very good design!
    For MunkeySpaz :
    stay away from plastics and ALUMINIUM WHEN COOKING!
    Both are extremely dangerous for the human body:
    plastics generate toxic fumes when heated but you can’t see them, maybe smell them, and aluminium is the main cause for developing ALZHEIMER DISEASE!
    AFTER IT GETS IN THE BODY IT WILL DEPOSIT ITSELF IN THE BRAIN AND FIRST YOU WILL HAVE MEMORY PROBLEMS(YOU FORGET BASIC THINGS), THEN, ONE DAY YOU WILL WASH YOUR TEETHS AND PUT THE BRUSH INTO THE FRIDGE… So…

    By gabigowriel on Apr 10, 2012

  9. I’ve used this stove for melting candle wax to cooking squash. we have really used this stove alot!

    By 99cachorro on Apr 10, 2012

  10. I love your ideas! The access door, the wheels, the closing lid. Thanks so much!

    By Colorado1derful on Apr 10, 2012

  11. No stats on temperature no comment on how long to cook say a steak. can it boil water?

    By WarDogLRS on Apr 10, 2012

  12. apparently people don’t understand how plastic gasses off at temperatures higher than they were designed to withstand. Polyurethane, polyethylene. polypropylene, ABS and acrylics… they’re all polymers that will slowly melt or gas off given enough heat. Even your kitchen tupperware- if it’s warping in the microwave or chipping, it gasses off in to your food when you heat it up. Glass will not gas off because glass is melted rock; it just melts at very high temps.

    By ColeFried81 on Apr 10, 2012

  13. simple and efficient!!!

    By nobodyprepper on Apr 10, 2012

  14. Well done!

    By blaisekeen on Apr 10, 2012

  15. plexiglas, the bottom layer would melt and fold into the oven it gets so hot.

    By 99cachorro on Apr 10, 2012

  16. And Check out the description for a link to see some photos of the Cooker itself.

    By 741852476 on Apr 10, 2012

  17. You should check out my Grandpas solar cooker
    “Walters Solar Cooker” look it up you may be interested.

    By 741852476 on Apr 10, 2012

  18. Why would you use actual glass? Why not use Plexiglas instead? It would serve the same purpose and you wouldn’t have to worry about it breaking.

    By MunkeySpaz on Apr 10, 2012

  19. Thanks. I think I will use rags.

    By TheFloridapatriot on Apr 10, 2012

  20. I like to use styrofoam if I have it but fibreglass, newspaper, rags also work. Its the airspace between the boxes that is key.

    By 99cachorro on Apr 10, 2012

  21. What is used for insulation?

    By TheFloridapatriot on Apr 10, 2012

  22. steal*

    By Danny7930 on Apr 10, 2012

  23. absolutly, it’s a great dryer. Just spread the glass to let the vapor out. There are 2 pieces per layer.

    By 99cachorro on Apr 10, 2012

  24. can you use this to dry biomas?

    By mymartey on Apr 10, 2012

  25. Was the tray stolen from mac donalds .

    AND am I the only one that notices the kangaroo in the background?

    By bluntley420 on Apr 11, 2012

  26. Was the tray stolen from mac donalds

    By bluntley420 on Apr 11, 2012

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