Prepping for wind. Most solar cookers suffer in the wind. The stronger the wind, the greater they suffer. Let me start by stating that I have been cooking with the ASSC for over 15 years and have never modified it for wind, other than to make sure there is a heavy potful of food inside. That being said, one user, Churro, has made a very worthwhile suggestion: "5.0 out of 5 stars Great product- made a slight improvement January 29, 2019 Length: 17.00Verified Purchase I am fair
Just started using this single large pot for cooking . Its called the Can Cooker. I got the junior model. Painted it flat black with my favorite non-toxic-when-dry 99 cent spray from WallyWorld. I like that the top fastens down so the pot can be lifted from above. Works really well with the cooking bags. #bloggingtips #WixBlog
I think, but do not know, that the current coronavirus awareness has sparked sales of the All Season Solar Cooker Camper model. Demand is so high that I expect to run out of inventory on Amazon soon. If Amazon is out, you can order the Original ASSC. The original, which was sold for several years has a 12 x 12 cooking area, vs. the Camper model's 12 x 17 cooking area. The Original ASSC is constructed of the same durable 4mm corrugated polypropylene and includes the world fa
Heat absorption and retention is super important in solar cooking. Thermal mass = the temperature and the weight of the food and the pot. Thermal mass is an important consideration for slow cooking foods like stews. Last week I used a very heavy pot (soapstone) which was heated in the All Season Solar Cooker Camper for an hour before the food was placed inside. 3 large stuffed bell peppers at refrigerator temperature. 90 minutes later, I removed one pepper for lunch. The othe
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