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[[Image:Sk-models.jpg|right|300px]]The '''SK-14''' is a parabolic solar cooker invented by Hans Michlbauer of [[Germany]]. It can cook for 10-15 people per day with only 2-3 hours of sunlight. (Using a pressure cooker dramatically reduces the cooking time.) Food can be kept hot for hours (or allowed to finish cooking) using a [[retained heat cooker]]. An SK-14 is shipped flat and ready for assembly with component parts, in the box, ready to assemble.
 
[[Image:Sk-models.jpg|right|300px]]The '''SK-14''' is a parabolic solar cooker invented by Hans Michlbauer of [[Germany]]. It can cook for 10-15 people per day with only 2-3 hours of sunlight. (Using a pressure cooker dramatically reduces the cooking time.) Food can be kept hot for hours (or allowed to finish cooking) using a [[retained heat cooker]]. An SK-14 is shipped flat and ready for assembly with component parts, in the box, ready to assemble.
   

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The SK-14 is a parabolic solar cooker invented by Hans Michlbauer of Germany. It can cook for 10-15 people per day with only 2-3 hours of sunlight. (Using a pressure cooker dramatically reduces the cooking time.) Food can be kept hot for hours (or allowed to finish cooking) using a retained heat cooker. An SK-14 is shipped flat and ready for assembly with component parts, in the box, ready to assemble.

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Danielle Kahn, Terry Grumley, Margaret Owino, SK14 inventor Dr. Deiter Seifert of EG Solar and his wife, Imma Seifert, demonstrate a large SK-14 parabolic cooker at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa.
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