Global Sun Oven Vs. the Microwave

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...

Toaster Oven Meets Sun Oven

Toaster ovens accessories are a great source for cookware that can be used in the GSO. There are all sorts of baking pans designed for the toaster oven that are ideal for solar cooking. As most recipe followers know, the most common sized baking dish is 13-x 9- x...

Solar Cooking Outside the Pot

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...

Historic Cookies

According to Wikipedia, Garibaldi biscuits first appeared during a period of wartime rationing in the mid 1800’s and were named after the Italian general who led the fight to unify Italy; Giuseppe Garibaldi. They were first manufactured in 1861 in Britain and...

Solar Cooking Big Batches

You really can use your Global Sun Oven to cook just about anything that will fit in it. By removing the leveling tray you’ll be able to fit a large stock pot, or even a turkey in a baking bag, in the Global Sun Oven. Just be sure to put a rack or trivet on the...

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