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A charcoal oven in the kitchen of the Karen Blixen Camp, Maasai Mara.

They use it because it;
a) saves alot of money on buying LPG (fossil fuel)
b) cooks food really really well!

And it only uses a handfull of charcoal thanks to insulation and the ceramic liner!

to buy one please see

www.kenyacharcoal.blogspot.com

we also offer international shipping

Bolivia Inti-Sud Soleil Retained Heat Stove and Efficient Cookers Rozenn Paris, Bolivia Inti-Sud Soleil, February 2009

Le cuiseur à bois économeLe cuiseur à bois économe

In attached French documents you will find the information relative to the cookers: the retained cooker and the efficient stove we use in Chile and Africa. Bolivia Intl Sud-Soleil

Cookstove System Save80
LUSAKA SUSTAINABLE ENERGY PROJECT and COOK STOVE PROJECT KUPANG
Climate Interchange AG,Garching/Munich, Germany, July 2008
Cookstove Save80Cookstove Save80

The Green Pail Retained Heat Cooker
Lanny Henson, June 7, 2008
Green Pail CookerGreen Pail Cooker

“How-To Designs” and Lanny Henson presents,
The “Green Pail”/“Hot Bucket” Retained Heat Cooker.
April 20, 2008
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Design Principles for a Retained Heat Cooker
Dean Still, Aprovecho Research Center, April 20, 2008

1.) Air exchanges are more important than insulation

SAVE 1/4 AMAZONE FOREST with RETAINED HEAT COOKING at 85° C=153 ° F.
Frans Peeters November 30, 2006

Dewar CookerDewar (Thermos) Cooker

The results of a search of the scholarly literature on Hayboxes/Haybags compiled by Student Brandy Wilken for Professor Paul S. Anderson psanders@ilstu.edu

Introduction

Hay Box/RHC: Cooking in a Basket website
Elizabeth Riddiford,Community Conservation Initiative (CCI-Kenya), June 1, 2007
Kakamenga BasketKakamenga Basket

Vitagoat Steam Boiler
Malnutrition Matters, Ottawa, Canada

Steam boiler: Operates on wood or other solid fuels or liquid gas. Steam-injected pressure -cooking can be 10 times more fuel efficient than traditional open fire cooking and more efficient than improved stove-design cooking. Water is heated in an inner chamber and the resulting steam is re-heated in a tube, creating a “superheated steam” that is much hotter than regular steam. The steam is then fed into the cooker. The boiler is inexpensive to build, safe, and can be taken apart for cleaning, which is critical since most boilers accumulate scale on their inner shells and eventually fail.

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