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Found this rather useful webby while looking for some info & thought it worth sharing. http://www.builditsolar.com/Projects/Cooking/cooking.htm#Drying
Chi vo far 'na bona zena magn'un erb d'tut la mena
Some more ideas on solar cooking can be found on the rather good (IMHO) greek-recipe.com : solar cooking page. I imagine that it suits a Greek lamb dish perfectly - cooked slowly, for 3 or 4 hours till it is meltingly soft. Mmm. Really must get around to trying it if we have a good enough summer this year !
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