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Early Transatlantic Writing Project | Poster: "Solar Cookers - The Pros and Cons of the Different Types"

Poster: "Solar Cookers - The Pros and Cons of the Different Types"

One of the primary things to consider when buying or making a solar oven is; "what kind of foods are you planning to cook." pressure cooker price

This may seem obvious but it will have an effect on the ease of use, effectiveness and cooking results of different foods while using a solar cooker.

You can, of course cover all bases by building or purchasing one of each style of solar cooker,( as many people do) which would greatly increase you cooking capacity and reduce the length of cook time.

You might ask yourself; am I mostly interested in baked goods such as breads, cakes, cookies etc., or do I want to do more of the high moisture content dishes such as soups, stews, chilies and meats that are ideal for slow, low temperature cooking?

Most all of the solar cookers available in the three main classes can cook a large range of foods whether dry or moist, but some are more suited to specific kinds of foods than are others.

A good sized box cooker is capable of baking foods on a tray/baking sheet and at the same time can cook together a pot of fresh vegetables or a soup with the same satisfactory results.

Generally a box cooker, with the aid of panel reflectors, can reach very hot temperatures which are ideal for most general baking needs, but will do great for moist foods as well.




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