Tuesday, March 14, 2017

The Windshield Shade Solar Cooker

I like to prepare food with Solar Cookers, and in my posts The Cardboard Solar Cooker and The Cardboard Solar Cooker Part 2 I managed to cook rice and even make pizza.
But I wanted to see if an improvised Solar Cooker could do the same.
Obviously "improvised" means "not as effective" but I would be happy if I could cook just a smaller meal or speed up the SODIS - Solar Water Disinfection process.

I decided to make myself a hobo onion for lunch:
Take an onion...

...carve a hole in it...

...and fill with butter or like on the picture: Feta Cheese.

Using as Solar Cooker: Cheapest possible windshield shade.

I put the hobo onion in a baking bag.

I wrap (drape?) the windshield shade around a garden chair
and try to form a funnel. I keep the shade in place with
clothespins and similar.

And then the sun came out......WHOA!

45 minutes later: A nicely baked hobo onion.

Goes well with Ciabata and Tzatziki!

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