Just about any old junk will do.

by Keith Taylor
(South Africa)

A haybox need not be anything fancy: a cardboard box filled with straw, old newspaper, old clothing or cloth bags filled with sawdust will do as good a job as even the most expensive, aesthetically pleasing models. I sometimes want to cook food or keep it warm, and simply put the pot on a layer of corrugated cardboard from an unused box and cover it all with an old blanket or some old clothes. As I'm a pensioner, I don't have much money, in fact, I tell people that the only thing I know about money is that I don't have any. I therefore look for the cheapest and easiest way to do everything. This is but one of those ideas.

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