I've been feeling under the weather for the past couple of weeks. Dunno what it is, but I am constantly tired. So tired, all I want to do is sleep. Me - sleeping during daylight hours???? I've given it some thought and come to the conclusion that perhaps it is just my body spewing out what it had to absorb last year. What with the financial strain we experienced, then the sale of our home of 18 years, and the packing up, and the living on a building site for 4 months, part of which was during winter, and then the unpacking, plus preparing for, and hosting, house guests over Christmas, I guess it feels it has cause to protest. So, in the past couple of weeks I've given in to it when it required. No point in pushing it beyond it's limits - it's the only body I have LOL
But - one less strain I can share is this.
|Sun drying tomatoes in my SunOK solar|
I am so excited to be able to share the experience of cooking with the power of the sun. And nothing but the sun. Cooking in an oven in which food cannot burn. Where the food prepared in it is full of the goodness of that food, and has not evaporated in the excessive steam of normal cooking procedures.
After filling the orders which were placed last year I have a limited number of units left from this consignment. I have imported both the Tropical model which looks like the pic below...
... and the Premium model.
If you are interested in becoming less reliant on Escom, of preparing healthier meals for your family, and reducing your eco-footprint on this planet, then a solar oven is just what you need. Not one kilowatt hour will be used, nor charged for, whilst you are cooking in a solar oven. There is sometimes a small amount of stove top preparation, but compared to the energy guzzling electric or gas stove, it is minuscule in the grand scheme of things.
Please - contact me on : dani at ecofootprint dot co dot za and I'll be more than happy to let you have the details of how you can acquire one by return e-mail.
And then soon perhaps you'll also be discovering the joy of making solar cooked bread, and biscuits, and cakes, and soups, roast chickens, lamb, beef and hams, vegetables and desserts. Even sun-drying excess produce from your garden. It's so easy in a solar oven.
Mouth-wateringly tender, tasty and healthier food. I kid you not.