Last edited: 9 March 2016      

The Blazer Solar Oven.

The Blazer Solar Oven was created by Les McEvers. He originally designed it to cook homemade bread, but its ability to reach temps of over 220 °C (428 °F), makes it a very versatile oven. Its 0.65 cm (1/4") steel plate cooking platform allows for temperatures to be sustained when food is added or passing clouds temporarily disrupt sunlight.


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Audio and video[edit | edit source]

  • January 2016:
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Solar cooking French bread in time lapse video.

Solar cooking French bread in 35 minutes brought to you in two minutes

  • January 2016:
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Solar oven water bath canning

Water bath canning 5 pints of peaches in a solar oven.

  • January 2016:
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Solar cooking a half chicken and rice in timelapse

Cooking a half chicken and some rice in a Blazer solar oven. All done in less than 90 minutes.

Contact[edit | edit source]

Email: mcevers530@gmail.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009116457279

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