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*'''November 2013:''' The [[Sun Blaze BBQ]] is a [[parabolic solar cooker]] being introduced to the [[Philippines]] in 2013. It is 1.5 meters in diameter, made all of aluminum, and weighs roughly 10 kilos. It is very easy to operate and needs nothing more than the sun, no charcoal, no LPG, no electricity needed, it’s all clean, free, and unlimited energy. Contact the company for demonstration information. [https://www.facebook.com/SunBlazeBBQ Sun Blaze BBQ]
   
 
==The History of Solar Cooking in the Philippines==
 
==The History of Solar Cooking in the Philippines==

Revision as of 21:01, November 6, 2013

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Recent News and Developments

  • November 2013: The Sun Blaze BBQ is a parabolic solar cooker being introduced to the Philippines in 2013. It is 1.5 meters in diameter, made all of aluminum, and weighs roughly 10 kilos. It is very easy to operate and needs nothing more than the sun, no charcoal, no LPG, no electricity needed, it’s all clean, free, and unlimited energy. Contact the company for demonstration information. Sun Blaze BBQ

The History of Solar Cooking in the Philippines

The Metro Manilla Council of Women Balikatan has spearheaded solar cooking demonstrations in the Philippines for over ten years. No further information on their work is available beyond this fact.

[Information for this section was taken originally from State of the Art of Solar Cooking by Dr. Barbara Knudson]

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Climate, Culture, and Special Considerations

More than one Filipino has told us that Filipinos believe that if your food is put out in the sun it will cause stomach problems.

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Solar Cooking - Filipino Chicken Adobo(00:00)
Using a solar oven to cook Chicken Adobo
Paul HedrickAdded by Paul Hedrick


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Possible funders for solar cooking projects in the Philippines

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