Solar Cooking Links
Reviews of Solar Cookers
Global Sun Oven
- Global Sun Oven - videos, cook books and more.
- Global Sun Oven comments by Kate and Terry
- Recipies for the Global Sun Oven
Sport Solar Oven
Solar Hot Pot
- The Hot Pot components are black pot enclosed by a clear glass bowl and a polished reflector. The package sells for approximately $99 (April 2009).
WSE Solar Cooker
- WSE Solar Cooker is $97 (April 2009) solar cooker.
- CooKits are now produced independently in 25 countries from a wide variety of materials at a wholesale cost of $3 – $7 US. It requires a dark, covered pot and one plastic bag per day or one high-temperature plastic bag (oven bag) per month.
Double Angle Twelve Sided Solar Cooker
- DATS (Double Angle Twelve Sided) Solar Cooker
- The Solar Sizzler™ is a snap together, easily portable, concave solar reflector which is used as a heat source by focusing the sun’s energy on a cooking pot, such as a frying pan or saucepan, to cook food or heat water.
- Solar Sizzler comments from TreeHugger.
Fun Panel Solar Cooker
- The Fun-Panel solar panel cooker can be built in about an hour from a single cardboard box and some aluminum foil. This is significant, because traditional solar panel cookers such as the CooKit often require a large sheet of cardboard for construction. The Fun-Panel can also be adjusted more easily for different sun angles. This very powerful cooker is a true breakthough.
- Another information source.
The Funnel Cooker, a design by Dr. Steven Jones.
The All Season Solar Cooker
More Homemade Solar Cookers
- A variety of plans for many types of solar cookers
- Making and using a solar cooker from cardboard, aluminum foil and glass by Joe Radabaugh.
- Making a solar oven from plywood, sheet metal, fiberglass insulation and glass by William Becker.
- For detailed construction plans, see Solar Cookers: How to Make, Use, and Enjoy. This is a handbook published by Solar Cookers International that includes detailed plans for build a CooKit solar panel cooker and other solar cookers. Recipies are included.
- A first try at using a homemade solar cooker. (video 8:20)