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  • #31
    Originally posted by J.P.M. View Post

    If, on days or at times when my array is producing a surplus, and during the time my array is producing such a surplus I bake potatoes in my microwave oven, am I cooking with solar energy ?

    I've also made and cooked with solar ovens. That's fun, but that's actually the method that I'd consider quite expensive and impractical, particularly if time = money. Been there. done that. Have you ? Or have you just read about it ?
    Haven't used it but thinking from long time.My partner told me its not going to work out practically; so i thought the same.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by murady009
      does anyone used one of these products?

      how many mins it takes to cook meat in solar oven?
      AD links in your posts will prevent them from showing.

      With the Solar Death Ray 2000, hot dogs take about 10 seconds, grilled cheese sandwich about 30 sec.

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