Haybox, Retained Heat or Fireless Cookers

http://www.bioenergylists.org/en/cookers

PCIAi Guide to Designing Retained Heat Cookers

Cooking in a Basket Website

  • Cooking in a Basket website
    Elizabeth Riddiford, Community Conservation Initiative (CCI-Kenyai), June 12, 2007

    Kakamega Forest Cooking Basket

Bolivia

  • Ecological Stoves David Whitfield V CEDESOL La Paz, Bolivia, presentation to Global Village Energy Partnership Latin America Santa Cruz, Bolivia, July 2003

Germany (1921)

  • Self Cookers in Kochlehrbuch fuer Schule und Haus, Martin Boll, Germany, April 4, 2006

Guatemala

Kenya

Malawi

Tanzania

Tanzanian Hayboxes, Stoves, and Wonderbaskets, Meg Arenberg, Sunseed Tanzaniai Trust, August 2005

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2 Responses to “Haybox, Retained Heat or Fireless Cookers”

  1. Cookers Says:

    The ceramic surfaced doesn’t get as hot as a metal cooker, also making the EGG safer to use. Cookers

  2. Caroline Says:

    Hi,

    I am based in kenya and would like to sell hay cooking baskets in Nairobi.kindly give me contacts of anyone who makes these baskets in kenya.

    Regards,
    caroline.


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