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Imvain2 writes in with a massive collection of solar ovens and tips for sun cooking -

After watching “Living with Ed” on the Green Channel and seeing Ed’s sun oven, I was looking online for them. I found this website that links to tutorials for building your own sun oven. I figured the folks at Make could find one of these sun oven tutorials of use.

Related:
 Solaro12
Make a pizza box solar oven.

 Cucsolare1
Make a solar kitchen.

Phillip Torrone

Editor at large – Make magazine. Creative director – Adafruit Industries, contributing editor – Popular Science. Previously: Founded – Hack-a-Day, how-to editor – Engadget, Director of product development – Fallon Worldwide, Technology Director – Braincraft.


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  1. Solar Cooking says:

    I love the last picture, it’s a monster.

    It looks like the SK-14 parabolic solar cooker from Germany.

    The pizza box cooker really is simple to build, all you need is, you guessed it; a pizza box, and some foil of course. A bright sunny day also helps considerably.

    Having said that, building a parabolic solar cooker can be as easy as building a pizza box.

    Here is a post which explains how to build a parabolic solar cooker, I hope your readers give it a go, they won’t regret it.

    http://solreka.com/blog/solar-cooking/how-to-build-parabolic-solar-cooker/

  2. Reydelsol says:

    You should also visit this very good website: http://www.solarcookingatlas.com to have more information about solar cookers.

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