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Solar Cooking Group

Nothing makes more sense then solar cooking on every level. Building a solar oven may the best value in energy savings that exist. It's inexpensive, easy and will save you a ton of money. Let's share some ideas on how to build these things ourselves.

Members: 14
Latest Activity: Sep 24

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Pumpkin Bread in the solar oven

Started by Craig J Oct 19, 2012. 0 Replies

275* - The back yard smells great!…Continue

Favorite recipes?

Started by Bill K Oct 2, 2012. 0 Replies

Being I'm in a stubborn, long lasting cloud bank and I can't use my Sport solar oven, I thought it'd be a great time to  ask fellow members what their favorite recipes were to cook in their solar…Continue

Cold Weather Solar Oven Thought?

Started by W.R. Wahlquist. Last reply by W.R. Wahlquist Sep 28, 2012. 4 Replies

I'm in the woods of Minnesota and would like to build an oven that will work at? 20 + below? They do use the simple store bought box ovens down to about 10 above here. Seems to me that adding…Continue

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Comment by Geekster Dave on January 12, 2012 at 1:12pm

Hi Ray, and once again thank you for the new group...

"Nothing makes more sense then solar cooking on every level." You hit the nail on the head with that one my friend, and it ties perfectly with those of us already interested in Solar Power.  We are already keenly aware of "Sun Angle", "good Solar days", and much more.

I've played with this arena quite a bit, (particularly over the last two years), and from the DIY perspective its a lot like HF kits - once you put your first one together and enjoy the benefit, you find the need for MORE. ;-)

Comment by Robert Durkin on September 24, 2014 at 9:41am

Hello, I'm hikerbob and new here.  I have a solar oven.  Use it regularly.  I have the Sun Oven a couple years now. The wooden suitcase one, usually sells for $300 or so and I got it for $200 and it's a superb unit.  Have NOT baked breads in it yet but that's on my idea list.  Mostly my frequent dose of beans and grains.  I am interested to  know if folks have used it to dehydrate greens, kale, chard, etc.

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