As you know, me and my hubby have been working in the last year or so towards our goal of living “off the grid”. We’ve been looking into alternative energy options and how to make the most of those by checking out non-electric resources and products.
A few months ago I read about Sun Ovens in one of my favorite magazines. As I was in the middle of dehydrating season I just had to look into it because I know we use some much electricity when I run the oven to dry my vegetables for hours on end! Here are some of the things I discovered about the Sun Oven.
In a Sun Oven you can cook anything that you would normally cook in a conventional oven. You can also cook just about anything that you would cook on a stove-top in a Sun Oven also. Cooking time in a Sun Oven is very similar to that of a conventional oven unless you have a disruption in the sunlight or if you open the door too many times.
Sun Oven’s do not require special pots and pans so you don’t have an additional cost! You can cook more than one thing at once to be able to maximize your oven time, and as a bonus, foods in the Sun Oven don’t burn!
After learning more about the Sun Oven the thing I really love about them is that they are just like a conventional oven, but they don’t use any electricity. If you aren’t sure how they work, you can check out all these How-To videos on the Sun Oven website.
Sun Oven is one of our sponsors here at Little House Living this month and they have a great offer just for LHL readers that are interested in purchasing a Sun Oven! Get up $80 off your Sun Oven purchase with special coupon codes, head over to the Sun Oven site for the deals and codes.
Sun Oven International would like to give one Little House Living reader their signature product, a Global Sun Oven! ($299 retail price) To enter this giveaway just fill out the Rafflecopter form below.
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