Retained Heat Cooker

Easy Oven Retained Heat Cooker
Easy Oven Retained Heat Cooker w/ Rocketworks Stove

Jo Kennard in Australia has developed a retained heat cooker the Easy Oven, and has developed an excellent table of recommended cooking times and recipes to go with it.

Inspired by traditional Haybox cookers, and made from modern materials, the EasyOven saves between 86% - 90% of energy used while cooking meals, keeps food hot (or cold) for up to 3 hours. It was field tested during the Christchurch earthquakes and the Brisbane floods, and it is at home both in rural kitchens and in suburban potlucks. For More information see http://www.easyoven.com.auAir Force 1 Foamposite

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LUSAKA SUSTAINABLE ENERGY PROJECT and COOK STOVE PROJECT KUPANG
Climate Interchange AG,Garching/Munich, Germany, July 2008
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“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

Take a look at one or more of the following:

Chamber Stoves Website ( Todd White )
http://www.chamberstoves.net/

Antique Stoves.com http://www.antiquestoves.com/chambers.htm

http://www.antiquestove.com/chambers.html

Hugh's Place http://www.hughsplace.com/parts.htm

Specializing in Chambers stove restoration:

Macy's Texas Stoveworks. http://www.macystexasstoveworks.com/jordans for sale china

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

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