Once food is placed in the Global Sun Oven most of your work is done. You don’t need to stir it or worry about it burning. All you have to do is reposition the GSO from time to time and keep an eye on the sky. This means you can use your cookware in ways you may have never thought of before. When making soups or stews I often turn the lid upside down. This way I can either cook directly on the lid or stack another shallow dish on top of it. If the top layer food cooks faster I just take in out when it’s done and turn the lid right side up for the remaining cooking time. It’s also a good way to heat up bread or anything else you might want to serve warm with your meal.
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Durable, versatile and heats rapidly in the sun. Very well made and works well providing there is sunlight and limited cloudiness. While its larger than some new options, one needs all that room to cook meat, side dish, vegetable and coffe/tea water all at once. I just cooked cinnamon rolls and hot coffee while anchored out on a boat over nite. It warmed up polish sausage and sauer kraut and dinner rolls last nite. It does take up a lot of room on a boat, though. I put it itin the overhead bed in a van camper. Handy in that most of the needed accessories fit inside and you can use it as a cooler for food and drinks. Basically, one needs to be organized and maybe take some short cuts if in a hurry, e.g. I just warm up pre cooked bacon since I’m too hungry in the morning to wait. Btw, it’ll cook pancakes from those instant mix Bisquick bottles. I bought a cheap frying pan and unscrewed the handle to get a baking dish with sides on it. The pans that come with it heat rapidly and seem almost non stick of wiped off quickly. The case is remarkably durable and tough. I’ve had it rolling around in the bottom of a cabin cruiser. It’s probably best used on land or on a large houseboat…