Haybox, Retained Heat or Fireless Cooker
Making a fireless cooker from banana leaves and an old basket.
Christa Roth, Malawi
A Resource Book on Fire-Less Cookers/Cooking (The Hay Basket) Compiled by Solar Cookers Int. (hardbound)
Draft Bibliography courtesy of Paul Anderson (September 2003):
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Bambrick, Frank and Hurley, Brian (1977). The haybox the energy saving cooker. Dublin, Ireland: Low Energy Systems.
Becker, Sheryl (n.d.) City Slicker Hayboxes. Retrieved September 5, 2003, from Yahoo Search Website: http://www.guidezone.skl.com/haybox.htm
Be environmentally friendly and use a hot bag for cooking with retained heat-. [Brochure]. (n.d.) (Source: ProBEC stoves conference in South Africa )
Bridgwater, Mike (n.d.) Heat retention cooking vs.solar cooking. Retrieved September 5, 2003, from The Solar Cooking Archive, The Solar Cookers International Website: http://www.solarcooking.org/wonderbaskets.htm
Cooking on Camp. (n.d.) Retrieved September 5, 2003, from the Camping and Outdoor Activities Website: http://indigo.ie/~rpmurphy/camping/Cooking.html
Cooking Primitive. (n.d.) Retrieved September 5, 2003, from The Inquiry Net!
Cleovoulou, Mario (1997, January/February). Introducing fuel-saving cooking methods in southern Tamil Nadu. Social Change and Development. Retrieved from http://www.cleovoulou.com/fuelsave.htm
De Lissa, N R (1919). En Casserole and haybox; the best cooking with least fuel and utility recipes (additional). London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co. Ltd.
Goldstein, Olga (1977). Solar food warmer and insulated cooker. Ste. Anne de Bellevue,Quebec: Brace Research Institute.
Haybox Cookery. (1997). Retrieved September 5, 2003, from The Centre for Alternative Technology Website: http://www.cat.org.uk/catpubs/tipsheet.tmpl?sku=05
Hayboxes. (1999 Spring/Summer). Talking Leaves. Retrieved September 5, 2003 from Lost Valley Educational Center from the World Wide Web: http://www.lostvalley.org/haybox1.html
Heath, Ambrose (1976). Haybox cookery. London: Barrie and Jenkins.
Retained Heat Cooking. (n.d.) Retrieved September 5, 2003, from The Solar Cooking Archive, The Solar Cookers International Website: http://solarcooking.org/ret-heat.htm
Rohde, Eleanour Sinclair (1939). Haybox cookery. London: G. Routledge.
Roth, Chris (2003, Spring). The Haybox: Why every household needs one. Talking Leaves. Retrieved September 8, 2003 from the World Wide Web: http://www.talkingleaves.org/s03haybox.htm
Still, Dean (2001, September 13). Designing vernacular cooking stoves: A quick summary for the Shell Foundation discussions. Retrieved from Aprovecho Research Center on September 5, 2003 on the World Wide Web:
Still, D., Kness, J., Billetsen, B., Cox, G., Espenan, M., Nael, J.B., Nicholas, D., Subramanian, M., & Zettler, D.F. (1996, July 3). Fuel Efficient Wood Stoves and Hayboxes: Efficiency of Combustion, Operator Expertise, and Heat Transfer Efficiency. Aprovecho Research Center. Retrieved September 8, 2003, from http://www.efn.org/~apro/AT/stove96.html
The pots and the haybox. (2000). Retrieved September 11, 2003 from the World Wide Web: http://www.cc.jyu.fi/~hvirtane/cooker/node25.html
Welcome to the wonderful world of ULOG. (1998). Retrieved September 5, 2003, from ULOG Website: http://www.ulog.ch/
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Interview with Mike Bridgwater about his work with solar cooker and haybox (heat-retention) cooks in Tanzania.
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