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[[Image:Sun_Fire_Cooking_flatbread.jpg‎|thumb|200px|A woman involved with the [[Sun Fire Cooking]] project cooks [[flatbread]] in a parabolic solar cooker in [[Somalia]].]]
 
[[Image:Sun_Fire_Cooking_flatbread.jpg‎|thumb|200px|A woman involved with the [[Sun Fire Cooking]] project cooks [[flatbread]] in a parabolic solar cooker in [[Somalia]].]]
 
'''Flatbread''' in its many forms (tortillas, ingera, etc.) is an important staple food around the world. [[Panel cooker]]s and [[box cooker]]s do not get hot enough to cook flatbreads, although they could be specially designed for the purpose. [[Parabolic_reflectors|Parabolic cookers]] are the most likely candidates as well as cookers like the [[Devos Solar Cooker]] and the very large [[Scheffler Community Kitchen]].
 
'''Flatbread''' in its many forms (tortillas, ingera, etc.) is an important staple food around the world. [[Panel cooker]]s and [[box cooker]]s do not get hot enough to cook flatbreads, although they could be specially designed for the purpose. [[Parabolic_reflectors|Parabolic cookers]] are the most likely candidates as well as cookers like the [[Devos Solar Cooker]] and the very large [[Scheffler Community Kitchen]].
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