|Cost||USD $ 10|
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|Keywords||retained heat cooker, Aluminum, , ,, ,|
|SDGs Sustainable Development Goals||SDG02 Zero hunger
SDG08 Decent work and economic growth
|License||CC BY-SA 3.0|
|Affiliations||Category:Engr305 Appropriate Technology
Humboldt State University
Jefferson Community Center
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|Cite as Jlooney921, Kathy Nativi, Fionaconnor (2013). "Easy Retained Heat cooker". Appropedia. Retrieved 2021-10-18.|
The following is a step by step guide to building a retained heat cooker that was designed for the purpose of the Jefferson Community Center workshop 2013
Building Instructions[edit | edit source]
This is an easy process using less than 10 dollars worth of materials
Materials[edit | edit source]
- 1 Cardboard Produce Box
- 1 Roll of Aluminum Foil
- Duct tape
- Paper (newspaper is preferred)
- 1 Mylar emergency blanket
How to Build[edit | edit source]
Building your own retained heat cooker:
Use[edit | edit source]
The cooker is easy to use. Simply bring a meal to the proper temperature and leave it there for at least 2 minutes, then seal it in the box. Leave it in the box until cooking is completed. It should be noted that recipes using this method require less spicing and usually 50% more time to cook, so plan accordingly.
Maintenance and tips[edit | edit source]
- Clean your cooker between each use.
- Be sure to wash all blankets and towels used in the cooking process
- Do not leave your cooker in areas where it could get wet.
- Always ensure that your food is fully cooked before consuming
- Experiment with new recipes! Stews and soups work well with this method.