Deconstructing SOS Solar Oven
When the sun is shining, break out the solar oven {Globe & Mail}

Solar cooking has long been the domain of wilderness campers looking to harness the sun’s energy to make backwoods brownies.But with global warming in the collective consciousness, a small, growing number of urban dwellers are turning to solar grills and ovens to whip up carbon-free meals at home.And while the solar-cooking movement has been fuelled by NGOs working in the Third World to provide a cheap, low-tech way to prepare meals, in North America there are solar-cooking aficionados in the gourmet set.Brook Kavanagh, chef at the French bistro La Palette in Toronto, is a recent convert. Cooking with the sun, he says, is no different than conventional means.
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