At the entrance of my local hardware store, there were grills for sale with 2 big signs saying “Don’t Forget Propane.” I got a tickle out it, because with a Sunflair® Solar Oven you can “Forget the Propane!” Think of the money saved, time saved not refilling, and/or worry of running out. 72% of U.S. households have grills. And just think of all benefits to our earth and our health if everyone was cooking with a Sunflair®. The sun’s fuel is always FREE.
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Oven can reach temperatures of up to 285 F. Temperature varies depending on season and location. Compare to slow cookers that range between 180 – 300 F or a stovetop that reaches 212 F (boiling) with simmering at 180-190 F. Simmering is a gentler method of cooking, ensuring more tender and flavorful food. • Four-season cooking below 40 degrees latitude and three-season above. A UV index of 4+ is best for solar cooking.
Super Bowl, Woohoo! Tailgating Cornhole Bags can be used as hand warmers. Place bag/s in the roaster or between the black metal trays in the Sunflair® Solar Oven. Once warm/hot, the bags can be put in pockets to keep hands cozy for a good 40-60min.
This sweet family is special in our hearts. They are in Cambodia and they call their SUNFLAIR® MINI Solar Oven their “Little Kitchen.” A portion of proceeds go towards helping others, which also helps us all in reducing carbon emissions on our awesome planet.
Cooking solar oven frozen dinners is super easy. Just preheat oven, put the unopened meal/s on a tray and racks in the oven. Go do fun things. Cook until hot. Cooking time will vary depending on the size of the meal. Don’t puncture or open packaging. This releases the energy and may cause the inside of the Sunflair® cover to steam up and block the UV rays from entering the cooking chamber. Approximate cooking times: Turkey dinner: 30-40 min. Rice Bowl: 20-30 min. Single serving lasagna: 30-40 min. Burritos: 15-25min.