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The '''Cauldron solar cooker''' is made of a large iron cauldron that I have used in the past over a fire. While reading your groups website about constructing a parabolic cooker I thought that my cauldron would probably work well as a solar cooker. It certainly does.
 
The '''Cauldron solar cooker''' is made of a large iron cauldron that I have used in the past over a fire. While reading your groups website about constructing a parabolic cooker I thought that my cauldron would probably work well as a solar cooker. It certainly does.
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The solar cooker I made cost me practically nothing. I bought the cauldron many years ago, the Plexiglas was recycled scrap from a previous job and the aluminum foil only cost a few cents. 
 
The solar cooker I made cost me practically nothing. I bought the cauldron many years ago, the Plexiglas was recycled scrap from a previous job and the aluminum foil only cost a few cents. 
 
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==Contact==
 
==Contact==
   
Mr. Lance Willard<br>
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Mr. Lance Willard
134 Cedar Creek Circle<br>
 
Cedar Creek, TX 78612<br>
 
[[USA]]
 
 
 
http://geocities.com/growgoodfoods
 
   
[mailto:lancewillard@yahoo.com lancewillard@yahoo.com]
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Email: [mailto:lancewillard@yahoo.com lancewillard@yahoo.com]
 
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Last updated: 29 October 2012      
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The Cauldron solar cooker is made of a large iron cauldron that I have used in the past over a fire. While reading your groups website about constructing a parabolic cooker I thought that my cauldron would probably work well as a solar cooker. It certainly does.   Next, I lined the cauldron with aluminum foil and finally topped it off with a piece of Plexiglas. The black pot that I cook meals in easily reaches 250°F and usually reaches around 300°F.

The solar cooker I made cost me practically nothing. I bought the cauldron many years ago, the Plexiglas was recycled scrap from a previous job and the aluminum foil only cost a few cents. 

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Mr. Lance Willard

Email: lancewillard@yahoo.com

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