Para poder cocinar en cualquier lugar deberás tener a tu alcance los siguientes...
1 Parasol del coche
2 Ensaladeras de cristal
1 cazuela oscura
3 pinzas de la ropa
1 palo (si hace viento)
Para ponerla en funcionamiento únicamente tienes que doblar el parasol por la mitad, agarrar con pinzas o imperdibles la parte inferior o superior (lo mismo dá) y darle forma de embudo, tal y como aparece en la foto. En esa ocasión me tuve que hacer con un pedazo de caña (Arundo donax L.) y amarrala al poste debido al viento que hacía.
Ya sólo es cuestión de tiempo que se haga la comida. Para concretar con algunos datos, puedo decir que como media, en invierno, se tarda del orden de 2 horas en cocer arroz o en preparar patatas o boniatos. La c…
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Parabolic solar cooker reconstruction photos,local school students was come at PSC (Pakistan Science Club) and reconstruct parabolic solar cooker for science fair.
this Solar cooker made by old satellite dish its construction is very easy. For making of Parabolic solar cooker we use aluminium foil as reflaction and we make pot stand at focus of dish. aluminium foil cuts in to 8 conical shaped piece than past by glue at the surface of dish.
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[[Everest Base Camp trek has been popular among adventurers since Mount Everest was first surveyed in 19th century. Everest Base Camp trek difficulty is slightly strenuous and requires a fair level of fitness before you begin. Most of the trail lies at the altitude over 3 000m, though Mountain mart Trek adventure team has designed itinerary scientifically that avoids the possibility of AMS during entire trek ]]
Mount Everest trek begins from Lukla, after 35 minutes scenic Mountain flight from ancient city Kathmandu. Our Everest base camp trek commences through the Sherpa villages and farmlands gradually rises to Namche Bazaar (3440m.) where couples of nights spend for acclimatization to be familiar with altitude. One of our rest day, we visi…Read more >
[[Upper Dolpo trek lies hidden behind the Dhaulagiri Range in Nepal’s mid-western region where snow fed streams run off high mountains but few are perennial. Lower (Outer) Dolpo is characterised by a semi arid topography with deep gullies and narrow valleys while Upper (Inner) Dolpo comprises a vast arid region of rolling semi-desert highlands, a continuation of the topography of the Tibetan plateau. ]]Tibetan plateau.
Dolpo region is most easily reached by a flight from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj, in the humid south-west close to the Indian border, then to Dolpo’s airport at Juphal. A three days trek up the Phoksundo Khola through a mix of forests and arid landscapes leads to Ringmo and the beautiful Phoksundo Lake. This is Nepal’s deepest lak…Read more >
I am a mechanical designer working from New Zealand. I have recently become interested in solar cookers and am intrigued by the solarcooking Wiki website. My research into this technology has so far led me to hundreds of websites and blogs depicting ultra cheap solar cooking units made specifically for the Third World. This is a fantastic scheme which does wonders for the planet and improves the lives of millions of people. I can't however get over the fact that solar cookers which cost relatively nothing to build only have a limited efficiency and as far as I can see only heat a pot of foodstuff to 120 - 180 degrees or thereabouts. Also there are limitations as to what you can cook in a saucepan / pot with a lid. To date I have addres…Read more >
We sell a new umbrella cooker CookAway 16. Please look to our website.Read more >
Hi! We are in South Africa, and with our solar cooking experimentation, we have come across a problem of finding a cheap, safe and effective pot to use with our solar cooker. We have managed to get a small black camping pot, but at a price of R700!! Please can you share with us your ideas.
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For more in Visit http://www.paksc.org/projects/solar-cooker.html
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1st day of construction of parabolic solar cooker PSC Team making solar cooker from satellite dish they use aluminum foil for reflation for more info we will upload its video soon At www.paksc.org.Read more >
The construction of solar cooker will be on-air Friday 07 Jan 7:05 pm on express news, Program is E-Tech.
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We received an inquiry today from a Pakistani NGO with projects in 320 villages.Read more >
For some reason the weather over this last summer has been mostly wet. This is good in one way, we were coming very close to running out of water and the constant rain has filled up our dams (an almost unimaginable amount of water).
The down side is that I've barely been able to cook anything with my cookit for the last 6 months or more.
Just last week I tried a curry roast chicken and also a pot of mixed vegetables (pumpkin, potato and sweet potato). Both turned out great, and the temperature got up to 130 C for the chicken.
I like the idea of that electric solar oven, because we get intermittent clouds here so the temperature of my cookit goes up and down every time a cloud goes over. the electric oven would need very little energy to ke…Read more >
Our home Earth, where 60 % or more peoples are living in the small towns and villages. One survey says that almost 60% of the total world population is living below poverty line. They have daily income ranging $2-3. During their life this people come across the following challenges. >>> Scarcity of foods & fuels.
>>> Pure Drinking water.
>>> Primary Education.
>>> Child mortality.
>>> Environment Pollution and Global warming.
>>> Health, HIV/AIDS, Maleria and other diseases.
>>> Power, electricity, lightings etc. These are some of the basic and very common challenges for the Peoples below poverty line. Out of this food, water and clean environment is basic need for each & every individual living on the earth.
Rudra Solar Energy is submitting sust…
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My partner is a teacher. She recently took the solar Cokit in to her class (year 6) and cooked for the entire class. She served up cherios (small hot-dog like sausages with the red skin). The children were amazed at the temperatures it got to, and other teaches said it would be a life changing experience.
Importantly I printed out some signs: "Danger HOT" and "Warning Hot Surface" signs. We got the pictures from the internet, printed and laminated them. I've stuck them to the oven for when I use it at work - better safe than sorry.Read more >
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We'd like to share a few videos of dishes we have solar cooked.