Re: [gardeners] bread, homemade

Bargyla Rateaver (
Fri, 10 Aug 2001 17:12:50 +0100

Please let me know the name and address of the person selling solar ovens.
I'd like to at least have it in my files.

Acually, the blisteringly hot summers we had in S Diego seem tohave
disappeared. Definitely the climate is changing, world wide. evening up
all around

Bargyla Rateaver wrote:

> No, I think a solar oven would cook a meal in one morning. Start in
> early a m and have it for dinner that evening.  But I have not seen an
> ad for one, for years now. They used to be popular, many ads.
> wrote:
> > Bargyla, I don't know the answer to that one! Maybe a
> > solar oven? Maybe flat bread? (Chapatti?)
> > You're right though. A bread machine usually is (electric)
> > switched on for 2 - 3 hours, the kneading time, the rising
> > time, and the baking time. It would probably be as costly
> > as a traditional oven used for an hour. At least it doesn't
> > heat up the house while it's working, though.
> > Actually, I have a friend who is so impressed with her
> > solar oven, (sun something or other brand), she's going
> > into business selling them. I was wondering if anyone
> > uses one, and actually to what benefit they'd be. It seems
> > like it takes 'days and days' to cook a meal in one, even
> > in our Tx summer heat.
> --
> Bargyla Rateaver


Bargyla Rateaver