Heaven Sent Food
A Guide to Solar Cooking
Unlocks Flavors Preserves Nutrition Saves Money
By some estimates, every day the equivalent of 4.25 trillion barrels of oil falls on the United States as sunshine. Why not learn to cook with a solar oven and take advantage of all that energy? Solar cooking makes food taste much better than food cooked conventionally because the gentle, even heat develops the full flavor of your food.
Food also does not stick to pans, so solar cooking is one of the easiest and tastiest ways to eat. Clean up is a breeze. Best of all, the solar heat retains vitamins and minerals, so the food you eat is nutritious and flavorful.
Imagine enjoying a roast chicken and mashed potatoes for dinner when the temperatures are in the 80's or 90's that you cooked using sunshine. It's simply the best way to bring food to the family's table, even in the winter. This solar cookbook has recipes for the basics of solar cooking: meat, fish, poultry, bread, fruits, vegetables, deserts and convenience foods. They all taste great, and this solar cookbook demystifies the secrets of solar cooking and adds another solar cookbook to your collection.
Let's get started! Click HERE to view Sample Recipes.
"I'm a fussy eater. Over the summer, Jackie tried out her solar oven recipes on me, and I enjoyed them all. In fact, they were some of my best experiences with food since I left our farm in Wisconsin ! I am now using her recipes in my brand new solar oven. Flavors are simply the best!"
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