my first steps with solar ovens
by JUAN R.PACECHO
My name is John and I live in Puerto Rico. Some time ago I saw in a Rotarians magazine a picture of a great solar oven and from that moment I was amazed with this technology, but then once I find the information that would lead me to this passion that I feel now for solar ovens and with its use.
Shortly after my first solar oven manufacture of cardboard and glass, where he prepares a cup of rice, which I run really well. later I bought my first commercial oven (global sun oven) and really am amazed with it's performance.
Now I'm the owner of three commercial ovens, but I am surprised that in the United States one can not buy (Parabolic cookers) or at least I was not able to find where. I would like to know if someone can guide me.
If someone knows and wants to share, please write a. ..
Hi Juan (John)
I am glad to see you have become such an advocate of solar cooking and that it has made such an impression on you.
I was pleased to see that you also have more than one solar cooker, just like many of us who are avid solar cooks.
Yes, it is a shame that no parabolic solar cookers are produced here in the USA, but we are hoping to change that in the near future.
We are also going to be offering very soon, a parabolic solar cooker from our site, it will be imported like most, but it will then be available from here in the United States.
Keep in thouch and keep on solar cooking!
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