Solar cooking is easy, but getting into the habit of using your Sun Oven can be hard at first. The biggest challenge for me was planning. You don’t have to plan a week’s worth of meals, but you will have to start thinking about what you’re going to make for dinner early in the day or even the night before. It’s so much easier when you have all the ingredients you’ll need on hand when you get up in the morning. Having said that, there’s still plenty of room for spontaneous, spur of the moment, solar cooking. Today, after getting my pre-planned main course going bright and early, I found some baby veggies on sale at the grocery store. I snatched them up, tossed them in with some olive oil, and added them to the Sun Oven to cook along with it. Now all we needed was a nice loaf of bread and we had a meal.
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We purchased our SunOven for emergency use since we live on the end of miles of rural electric. But we sure wanted to try it out before the emergency, What great Baked Chickens this Oven does. Our neighbor bakes a lot of bread so wanted to try out the SunOven. It bakes bread just like her gas oven. Just remember to start early enough to get the most direct sun possible and occasionally re aim the oven. You can run out of sun before the bread is done.