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A hay box aka fireless cooker is a very old fuel saving technology, which perhaps has its origins in Scandinavia. It is simply an insulated box that you put a hot pot of food into, and leave it all day (or all night) to finish cooking. It's the forerunner of the crockpot. This cooking technique isn't limited to hay boxes. AFRICAN FIRELESS COOKER | jubabazaar. See More. from misito.info · Rafter Becky: THE RAPID Fireless Cooker · Rice CookerSlow CookerThermal CookingOvenHayCrock PotCrockpotOvens.

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Many books and magazines of the s and s contained recipes for them. An early wood bucket with an inner metal pail surrounded by sawdust [a portable insulating pail] is in the Tuskegee Institute collection. A more elaborate example, a two pot fireless cooker in a wooden case (pictured above) can be seen at the. And even after all of this work, tending the fire requires consistent attention, which means long hours spent watching a pot boil instead of studying, working or doing other important jobs. This simple, electricity-free slow cooker called The Wonderbag addresses all of these problems. low-energy cooking.


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