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How to Build a Hay Box : Heat Retention Cooking

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Book Id: WPLBN0003468682
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Reproduction Date: 5/17/2015

Title: How to Build a Hay Box : Heat Retention Cooking  
Author: in Need, Center, for Children
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Technology, Cooking with Heat Retentiom
Collections: Education, Sociology, Analytical Chemistry, Authors Community, Technology, Internal Medicine, Agriculture, Finance, Economy, Literature, Most Popular Books in China
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Publisher: Center for Children in Need
Member Page: Sabine Roper


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2 Mill. women and children die every year from smoke from cooking fires! That is more than from HIV or Malaria! The smoke causes lung diseases and poisons the body. It is responsible for premature births and infants with a low birth weight. The hay box is a cheap and easy way to stay healthy and to save money at the same time. You live in Europe or America? Your way of cooking with electricity or Propane is very wasteful! Try to use a hay box and you will be less hot and can save money on your electricity or gas bill. The food is delicious because it cooks slowly and will save you a lot of work and time. You can't overcook it and it stays hot and doesn't need to be reheated. Instead of standing in front of your cook stove, you can do something productive, while your food cooks itself. less smell and more hygienic. Bacteria can't grow as the food is still piping hot after several hours. Extremely simple (and cheap) to make.

Heat retention or Fireless Cooking is a mean to save energy and money by slow cooking food. Manual how to build easily such a cooker. The cookers are called hay boxes or wonder boxes or Thermal Cookers.


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