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  • Sacramento scorcher perfect for solar cooking

    Don't beat the heat - use it. Julie Greene of Solar Cookers International takes advantage of an 100-plus degree Sacramento day to demonstrate solar cooking. While solar cooking is a novelty in the United States, in developing countries it can significantly improve lives. Video by Ed Fletcher, The Sacramento Bee.

Don't beat the heat - use it. Julie Greene of Solar Cookers International takes advantage of an 100-plus degree Sacramento day to demonstrate solar cooking. While solar cooking is a novelty in the United States, in developing countries it can significantly improve lives. Video by Ed Fletcher, The Sacramento Bee. efletcher@sacbee.com
Don't beat the heat - use it. Julie Greene of Solar Cookers International takes advantage of an 100-plus degree Sacramento day to demonstrate solar cooking. While solar cooking is a novelty in the United States, in developing countries it can significantly improve lives. Video by Ed Fletcher, The Sacramento Bee. efletcher@sacbee.com

Solar cookers sizzle in Sacramento heat

July 28, 2015 3:38 PM

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