Odd shape. Fuel free. This oven is amazing.

Instead of using propane, gas, or charcoal, why not cook a meal with the sun? The GoSun solar cooker is a fuel-free, green way to cook—at the beach, while camping, or just in the backyard.

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+8 1. Klemm commented 4 years ago

The point of using coal is to slightly smoke the grilled food. It's not because we don't know any better. There are gas and electric grills but coal is still considered superior when the end result is most important.

Still pretty cool idea. Easy to take along on a camping trip.
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+6 2. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

#1 Sprinkle the uncooked food with some hickory powder before you start and I'm sure the results would be just groovy. I think this is a great idea and I'm sure with a few variation on shape it could be perfect when the sun shines. >:)
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-2 3. sux2bu commented 4 years ago

#1 I am betting you mean charcoal,not coal, is superior to gas or electric grills for better taste because meaning coal would be just plain stupid. :S
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+6 4. etplayer commented 4 years ago

#1 #2 or toss in a few mesquite chips along with the food.

That inventor is skinny though. Brings to mind a saying, "Never trust a skinny chef"

Nawww in all seriousness, this is pretty cool. I have to wonder about weight and durability issues for backpackers though....
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+2 5. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

I'm ready to eat! :)
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+4 6. huldu commented 4 years ago

I think what matters the most about this device is that you don't need a lighter, burnable material, electricity, gas and so on. That's pretty darn impressive. You basically put it up and that's it. The only thing that worries me is the price and how sensitive it might be. It's glass after all and most of us have probably had a thermos in a backpack at some point and had it crack.
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0 7. krazeeeyez commented 4 years ago

until you realise it takes 4 days to crisp up the sweet potatoes...
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+3 8. mitimeter commented 4 years ago

Nothing like taking a nice long overnight hike into the woods, setting up camp, catching some fish, and preparing to cook a nice twilight dinner!
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+1 9. drunkmonk commented 4 years ago

Unfortunately too small to be practical, and too big to bee practical.
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0 10. buckleg08 commented 21 days ago

did not catch on unfortunately after 4 years...:| would be good for apocalypse type disaster though...8-)