Cooking with the Sun

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Morning Sun Press, 1992 - Cooking - 114 pages
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Did you know that an entire turkey can be cooked just as quickly (and a lot less expensively) by the sun as by a conventional oven?

A simple yet highly effective solar oven can be built for less than dollar 20 in materials. Solar cookers don't pollute, don't smoke, leave no ashes to clean up, operate with free fuel, and can be used when the electricity goes out.

The first half of Cooking with the Sun presents detailed, easy-to-follow instructions accompanied by helpful graphics on how to build a solar oven that can reach 400 degrees and a solar hot plate that can reach 600 degrees.

The second half contains one hundred recipes designed especially for solar cooking and personally tested by the Halacys. These dishes, simple to prepare, range from "everyday" Solar Stew and Texas Biscuits to tasty exotica like Enchilada Casserole.

 

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Contents

PREFACE
1
60LAR ENERGY AND HOW TO USE
7
BUILDING THE SOLAR HOT PLATE
25
OTHER COOKERS
41
BREADS
51
VEGETABLES
61
LEGUMES AND GRAINS
69
POULTRY FISH 61
81
MEAT
89
PEARS CONTINENTAL
97
SPEEDY SOLAR CHOCOLATE CAKE
103
THE MINIMUM 50LAR BOX COOKER
113
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