May 12, 2017

In Case You Missed It: Solar Cooking Class Replay

If you missed last night's solar cooking class...



you can still catch a rerun! It will be available now through Monday, May 15, and you can watch it as many times as you wish.


Thank you to everyone who participated! Was there anything in particular that you found useful or interesting? I didn't know about using a meat thermometer to tell when baking bread is done. Also I didn't realize we could use baking bags for solar cooking! And when he mentioned how to use it for making sprouts in winter, it got me wondering about using my Sun Oven for making yogurt or kefir when our house is so chilly in winter.

I'm going to have to watch the replay myself, because I was so busy being nervous that I couldn't absorb all the great information. Even though I've been solar cooking for several years now, I'm excited to take it to another level.

If anyone does some solar cooking blog posts, let me know!

10 comments:

  1. I am so glad it will be available through the weekend. I "thumbed" through the presentation but will be able to take more time this weekend to sit and soak it up. Good idea about the kefir yogurt culturing. Buttermilk too and our house gets a bit cool in the winter at times for things of that nature. Thanks again for hosting and was a treat to hear your voice.

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    1. You're welcome! Being able to pause and take notes will be very helpful. Sun Oven has a lot of really good videos at their website, and those were the one's that got me started (that and Dani's solar cookbook). But this class really expanded the possibilities, and I'm excited about that.

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  2. Thank you Leigh - t'was very interesting and has certainly added to my solar cooking experience / knowledge. And how lovely to hear your voice - it was much lighter (not as deep) than I thought it would be.

    I've downloaded the soundtrack - will listen to it again over the weekend ;)

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    1. You're welcome! So many new things to try now! Good idea about downloading the soundtrack!

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  3. woohoo! i am soo glad it is still available! i learned everything i know about solar cooking from Dani - she really knows her stuff. so now i am glad to have another friend who can teach me, too. and what's all this about your voice? i can't wait to hear it!

    sending much love hon! your friend,
    kymber

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    1. Oh gosh, Dani has been one of my go-tos ever since I started solar cooking. The Sun Oven website is the other.

      Don't know about my voice! I'm more comfortable writing than speaking but I survived the webcast!

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  4. Thanks for hosting that. I only visit your blog once in a while (though I'm very thankful for all the great content you've published) and don't think I've ever commented. I just happened to visit yesterday morning. Glad I didn't miss it.

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    1. Scott, welcome! and you're welcome! I agree it was an excellent class. :)

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  5. Thank you for having the replay! I signed up and we had storms and nothing was working well except my battery operated weather radio (thank goodness for that!). I had it on my calendar and everything so I am VERY grateful that there is the replay. I didn't know you used a solar oven , Leigh. Good for you. We have lots of hot sun here so solar anything would be easy peasy here all year round. Thank you again for all you share and teach!

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    1. You're welcome! I haven't blogged much about solar cooking in awhile. The webinar really opened up new possibilities for me too. And Paul was right, food tastes so much better cooked in the Sun Oven. I'll have to blog about it more this summer. :)

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