1. microwave oven at |

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  2. Brooke Komar at |

    On a recent trip to California to visit my husband’s uncle, he and his wife took us to the annual Solar Cookers International convention! I have provided a link below, but the basic premise of the solar cooker is that it is affordable and portable and best of all green! “The three most common types of solar cookers are heat-trap boxes, curved concentrators (parabolics) and panel cookers.” It simply needs an outdoor spot that is sunny for several hours; they don’t work at night or on cloudy days. The organization uses the panel kind. What I liked best about the evening was learning the mission of the group–to provide solar cookers to third world countries, impoverished peoples, and in relief aid efforts (Haiti) so people there can purify their water sources and maximize their efforts at survival.



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