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I've been experimenting with a solar funnel in England, during February. I've made a funnel out of wood, using old beer and drink cans (cut open, flattened and then stapled to the wood) as reflectors. The reflectors appear durable, weatherproof and cost nothing. I am achieving temperatures of 95+ centigrade at the present time, during an English winter!! I hope this information is of use to other people, and would welcome contact and ideas from fellow cooks.

Cheers, Paul Booth

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current01:20, February 12, 2008Thumbnail for version as of 01:20, February 12, 2008480 × 640 (52 KB)Tom Sponheim (Talk | contribs)
01:13, February 12, 2008Thumbnail for version as of 01:13, February 12, 2008640 × 480 (60 KB)Tom Sponheim (Talk | contribs)I've been experimenting with a solar funnel in England, during February. I've made a funnel out of wood, using old beer and drink cans (cut open, flattened and then stapled to the wood) as reflectors. The reflectors appear durable, weatherproof and cost n

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