Get a head start on your New Year's resolution. Get prepared with a solar cooker. Learn the fun, economy, great tastes and healthy cooking of solar.
Learn how to solar cook.
Learn how to choose a solar cooker.
Learn about the All Season Solar Cooker (ASSC)
There are many solar cookers competing for your dollar. The ASSC, which is our own design, out performs them on any measure - price, efficiency, portability, durability, focal range, ease of use.
This website will tell all about the ASSC and offer tips on how to solar cook.
The old way - one hot meal a day
The new way - 3 or more hot meals per day
Solar Challenge Days Are Approaching!
Solar Cooking In Winter - everywhere.
The above map show the average daily sunshine during winter.
Check the upper left corner, where sunshine averages just 1.1 hour per day. But on good days, users have reported baking bread, in Seattle, in February.
Where do you live? Fall, winter and spring all offer great solar cooking opportunities.
Now is the time to get your All Season Solar Cooker and challenge the winter time capabilities of this amazing design.
The Winter Bean Report
Cooking dry beans is challenging. First you must bring the beans to temperature, then simmer for a few hours until tender. If your cooker cannot collect the sun for sufficient duration, the beans will not be done.
January 8th, All Season Solar Cooker, 2 cups of dry pinto beans, 5 cups water, olive oil, spices.
In the sun at 9:30 a.m. Perfectly tender by 4 p.m. 6.5 hours for dry beans from scratch, in winter, with a low sun.