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Today I happened upon an individual who, as of July 1, has commited to cook with her solar oven each sunny day for an entire year. The Solar Oven Chef, as she calls herself, posts images of meals she’s prepared each day in her solar oven. She has prepared everything from ribs to bread to pizza and meatloaf — excellent variety! By the end of the Solar Oven Chef’s one year experiment, preparing meals in her solar oven will be second nature.
As we’ve discussed in previous blogs, cooking with a solar oven is a great way to prepare meals, not only in an emergency, but everyday — particularly during the summer when the kitchen is hot enough to begin with.
If you follow Preparedness Pro regularly, you know I’m all about using what you store for an emergency in order to be familiar with how to use your supplies and so your family is accustomed to it. If you intend to use a solar oven in an emergency, I’d recommend learning to prepare meals in one. Do you have a solar oven? Have you used it yet? Are you familiar with adjusting your favorite recipes’ cook times in a solar oven?
We have recently begun issuing challenges to our readers. Here is the solar oven challenge. Would you be willing to prepare your meals in a solar oven for two days? You could even try the solar oven challenge this weekend. This is an excellent exercise to practice how you may prepare your meals in an emergency and be better prepared when the time inevitably comes.
Are you willing to step up to the plate and take the solar oven challenge?
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