Integrated cooking combines the use of:

  1. An appropriate solar cooker model whenever the sun is shining;
  2. A retained heat cooker (hay basket or fireless cooker) to extend cooking time and keep food hot for 3-4 hours after cooking; and
  3. An improved cookstove (i.e. efficient cook stove) for use when there is not sufficient sunshine.

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Interwiki link[edit | edit source]

(Wikia: Solarcooking: Integrated cooking method) - probably the best resource, from a pioneering solar cooking organization, Solar Cookers International.

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