Everything But The Kitchen Sink!

by Joyce Lee
(UT)

To get the most out of your Solar cooker(s) means using them often, and whenever there is an opportunity. In my way of thinking that means having them with me wherever I go. And of course having a few supplies on hand to use with the cookers means you are ready anytime anywhere.

I carry 2 small gray Rubbermaid totes with me and my solar cookers. One has a few basic dark cooking pans and a heavy stainless steel one (for use on my parabolic) and a few mixing spoons, spatulas, measuring cups and spoons,a hand mixer (egg beater),strainer, paring knife, trivets, can opener, dishtowels, cooling rack and dish soap.

The other is a bit smaller and I keep Cornmeal, Quinoa, and Bulgar in it as well as some basic seasonings, Small container of flour, Sugar, canola oil,oatmeal, canned fruits and veggies and meats and any other special ingredients I think I might use for the day.
Keeping these totes well stocked and my cookers handy in my vehicle helps me get the most out of my Solar Cookers.


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