May 11, 2017

Stand By!

Tonight is the free online solar cooking class!


13 Ways to Utilize Sunlight 
for Delicious Efficient Homesteading

Starts at:

8:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Saving Time
7:00 p.m. Central Daylight Saving Time
6:00 p.m. Mountain Daylight Saving Time
5:00 p.m. Pacific Daylight Saving Time

The first loaf of bread I baked in my solar oven.

You will learn 13 ways to utilize solar energy year around.
  • How to use a solar oven for off-grid baking, boiling, steaming, and roasting complete meals. 
  • Why food doesn't burn or dry out in a solar oven.
  • How to boil or pasteurize drinking water in emergencies.
  • How to hard cook eggs (even freshly laid eggs are easy to peel with this method).
  • How to dehydrate fruits, vegetables, even meat for jerky.
  • How to dehydrate herbs without losing nutrients and essential oils.
  • Naturally kill bug infestations in grains or dried foods (think dry-pack vacuum canning)
  • And more!

The class will be approximately 60 minutes in length, but also allow time for your questions. So start writing them down!

Hard cooking eggs in my solar oven.

89 people have already registered but it's not too late to reserve your spot!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/learn-13-ways-to-utilize-sunlight-for-delicious-efficient-homesteading-tickets-34243006755

When you do, you'll receive a confirmation email plus a free copy of the eBook


Emerging From An Emergency 
What you should do if…?
Are You Prepared?




Emails with a link to the webinar will be going out today!

Solar boiling potatoes. (The cookware came with the Sun Oven package).

If you won't be able to make it, you can sign up and watch the replay at your convenience. 

I hope to see you there!

Stand By! © May 2017 by Leigh at

8 comments:

  1. Hi Leigh,
    This was a very good webinar. The three things I took away were: always use a lid on pots so not to cloud the glass with steam, don't use shiny pots in the oven and the shiny solar panels don't corrode over time because they are anodized.

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    1. Thanks Mike! I was so busy being nervous that I didn't think to take notes. I'm going to have to go back and look at it again to do that. :)

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  2. I was so upset, I got stuck at work and didn't make it home in time. I didn't know there was a way to go back and watch? I'll have to check on that. I can say that the bread looks amazing!!! And hard cookie eggs? Wow. Thanks for doing this for people.

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    1. Yes! You can use the same link to watch the replay as many times as you'd like. I'll also post the link in a blog post tomorrow. I'm going to have to re-watch myself because there was so much great information in the class.

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    2. Lest anyone think they missed some "cookie" eggs, I meant COOKED, lol. I just saw your new post. Can't wait to watch. Thank you!

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    3. I keep wishing Blogger would let us edit comments, but so far we just have to live with our typos!

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  3. I enjoyed the webinar very much; was so inspired by both the product and the company! Wanted SO bad to order during the special, but decided I just couldn't after having to replace my laptop. Someday....

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    1. I'm so glad you enjoyed it Michelle. It was really interesting, I thought. And that's some self-discipline in resisting the order especially with that discount! It was even a better deal than when I got mine. I only got $80 off and less extras. Some times self-discipline is required though. :)

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