Solar Cooking
Last edited: 19 January 2022      
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Victoria Aguilera, founder of La Sazón del Sol

Solar processed foods for sale at the local market.

Various foods are dried for sale in a solar tunnel dryer.

The production location of La Sazón del sol in Tlacochahuaya, Oaxaca, Mexico

La Sazón del Sol is located in the village of Tlacochahuaya, Mexico near Oaxaca. Victoria Aguilera, the founder, is interested in encouraging the use of solar energy to be part of daily life for local residents. She supports the area ecology, economy, health of the community, and also produces many of the solar dried foods herself.

The facility operates a training center dedicated to women, and provides workshops at the Oficina Solar Tlacochahuaya in do-it-yourself construction of solar cooking and drying appliances. With a primary focus on solar food drying, they prepare a variety of foods for sale.

The group produces solar tunnel dryers, ULOG cookers, HotPots, Heat-retention cooking bags, solar flashlight kits, etc. The products can be bought at the Oficina Solar Tlacochahuaya, at various events of Cocina Solar Mexico, and in shops in Oaxaca.

Michael Götz and Lorena Harp have been involved to help make the venture a success.

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La Sazón del Sol
La sazón del Sol-Solar SuperFoods
Tinoco y palacios
416 local "D" entrada sobre Allende
68000 Oaxaca de Juárez, Oaxaca

Tel: +52 9511773440
Web: More information at: Cocina Solar México
Facebook: La sazón del sol-Solar Súper Foods