Archive for April, 2015
The GoSun Solar Stove is an incredible solar cooker in the snow. Well, not while it’s snowing of course, but on a following sunny day. With good sunshine, despite the chilly temps in the teens on this winter day, the GoSun made us some excellent Italian Hot Sausage with peppers and onions. In less than 1.25 hours, the sausages were just getting browned but were full-flavored. Keep your eye on this solar stove that uses evacuated tube technology, much like its water-heating counterparts.
GoSun Stove cooks in snow!
It’s so easy to set up and use the Solavore Sport Solar Oven. Its large cooking chamber also allows for 2, 3-quart pots, or 1 and something else, like a cookie tray. The Sport’s lightweight but rugged design makes it portable for most uses. Really, it’s so easy to use the Solavore, that a child can do it.
Yesterday, a day blessed with welcome warmer temperatures and sunshine, we used the sport to make some beef stew and peanut butter cookies.
The stew took about 3 hours at 230 degrees, (average) and the cookies about 35 minutes.
We will be giving you some more demonstrations on using the Solavore Sport Solar Oven. Stay tuned!