cooking with solar

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Kim Chee

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When I was a youngin in 6th grade...about 35 whole years ago right after solar was invented, we were tasked as individual students to build a solar cooker.

It will work without a whole lot of sun, especially if it is on the large size.

What is bad about it is that it isn't very backpackable.

For $40, this is backpackable, works quickly and gets very hot:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Solar-Evacu...461438?hash=item1a14f0977e:g:zNAAAOxyj4hTIJfe

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yeah, i can't imagine trying to backpack with a pane of glass. hah.
i'm gonna try making one of these and if i like it enough i'll take it with me in my van.
 

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