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This book teaches how to make several types of solar cookers. The exact topics are shown below in the table of contents (chapters and sections, and page #’s).

TABLE OF CONTENTS (chapters/sections, page numbers):

DEDICATION vi;

AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY viii;

INTRODUCTION 1;

WHAT IS A SOLAR OVEN? 3;

THE BOX DESIGN 5;

BOX MATERIALS 9;

EXTERIOR BOX MATERIALS 9;

INSIDE THE COOKER 13;

INTERIOR BOX MATERIALS 15;

TYPES OF SOLAR OVENS 18;

BOX COOKERS 18;

PANEL COOKERS 19;

PARABOLIC & PARABOLOID COOKERS 19;

HYBRID OVENS 20;

CARDBOARD SOLAR OVENS 25;

THE SIMPLE BOX COOKER 25;

PANEL-BOX COOKER 41;

SOLAR COOKERS FOR KIDS 51;

PIZZA BOX COOKER 51;

PRINGLES CAN COOKER 53;

BERNARD SOLAR PANEL COOKER 58;

PARABOLIC/PARABOLOID COOKERS 62;

THE PARABOLIC COOKER 62;

TIPS FOR YOUR SOLAR OVEN 67;

TIPS FOR COOKING 73;

SOLAR WATER PASTEURIZATION 76;

RECIPE IDEAS 77;

Sharon Buydens first served on the Board of Directors as Secretary and newsletter editor for the El Paso Solar Energy Association (www.espea.org) starting in 1989 (under her previous name). After learning about passive solar home design, and teaching workshops, attending events, promoting solar on Earth Day committees, she designed and built a passive solar straw bale house in Nebraska. Upon returning to El Paso in 1999 she became EPSEA’s Project Manager for three bi-national and EPA grants to install solar water distillers in border colonias; she was first female EPSEA President in 2001. Today Sharon writes books and teaches others about the many practical aspects of solar energy.

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