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Old 03-03-2012, 03:59 PM   #1
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Solar Oven

I just bought a solar oven for the trailer...
sooo I just made some sweet rolls..mmmmm
the photos of the food are in the cooking section.. under sweet rolls
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My DW and I watched a recent episode of Amazing Race, and in it had been a "challenge" where the contestants used a solar oven to boil water. The ones we researched had poor reviews. How is yours holding up?
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My parents had one and were able to cook a Thanks Giving turkey in it.
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Did they start in October?
I think the oven iss great, but what temp did you get from it?
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Did they start in October?
I think the oven iss great, but what temp did you get from it?
The boxes are well insulated mine cooked at over 350 degrees F and I am still learning about angles and sun pointing...
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My DW and I watched a recent episode of Amazing Race, and in it had been a "challenge" where the contestants used a solar oven to boil water. The ones we researched had poor reviews. How is yours holding up?
I bought a brand called "Sun Oven" (made in the USA) my buddy has had one for years I used to always borrow his... if you want a link to a solar cooking group then send me a PM.
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