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Info on parabolic mirrors:https://greenpowerscience.com/SHOPARABLOICHOME.html
looks very stable :,)
Now my ravioli doesn't taste so good :-(
love your guys videos. would really like if you guys got a IR heat gun to see what temperatures you got with at your focal points, and therfor what Wattage power your getting. assuming 1000W per quare meter in best cases
You guys will have skin cancer in a few years
Judging by the bubbles amount, it doesn't seem hot enough :/
how do you clean a first surface cooktop?
I think Denise should get her own channel. She would make more money than Dan. ;-)
Thanks Denise, great video... YUM !!!
★★★★★ Awesome Report Thank-you!
i actually have seen someone boil rice with a solar stove it took forever but it worked. your system is clumsy and you can barely walk around it plus how does the avargae person put the pan on the lense it doesn't make sense' it needs to be prebuilt for conveniance
you did not boil the rice or the barley hey you did'nt even cook the meat or the sauce all you did was to throw somthing into a frying pan add sauce and mix-that's not cooking you can do exactly the same with a microwave or barbecue fire that's really not impressive. and please don't call that cooking but rather mixing up somthing
0:39 HEY! Your blocking my sun!
ohh that looks good! Making me hungry as hell!
Lovely vid but where is the garlic?!?!,!?!?!!?!???? Hehe ;)
Oh my goodness... I so have to get one of those mirrors. It looks to me the mirror would be better to cook with as opposed to a Fresnel lens, but... I want both.Not going to pretend I can cook as well as Denise, but you can bet I'm going to try those recipes with I get it going.
great camping tool, especially if it was an inflatable lens to pack easily into the backpack
During the course of cooking, did you need to reposition the mirror or did the food cook fast enough that stationary was fine?Also did you boil the rice and barley over the same mirror or in a different way?