In many of my previous posts I’ve mentioned freezing any leftovers you might have from your solar cooked soups and stews. When ever possible I freeze mine in containers can go straight to the GSO, not plastic. Aluminum or silicone cookware works great, just keep in mind that solar reheating is not comparable to microwaving you food, it will take much longer. If you’re planning on a reheating something for your lunch, be sure to get it in the Sun Oven before experiencing hunger pains, otherwise you’ll have to scrape together something else for your midday meal and your Sun Oven lunch will turn into Solar cooked dinner – or afternoon snack. With a little bit of trial and error, you’ll be able to get the timing right and enjoy a effortless hot lunch any sunny day of the week.
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We really enjoy this oven. I set it up mid-day and usually cook a chicken. It comes out perfectly. I used it to dry sliced apples and then froze them. It took about 2-3 hours. In our desert area it usually gets up to about 300-350 degrees. I follow the directions and rotate the oven slightly to get the best of the sun.