OVEN PATTERNS AND DESIGNS

COPENHAGEN KID'S KIT
Variation by Mary Buchenic

The Kid's Kit is a variation of Sharon Clausson's Copenhagen Solar Oven. It is a great option for quickly making a small Copenhagen with a group. This oven is functional and both easy to set up and pack away. ​Use a thin black pan with or without a lid, depending on what you are cooking. The heat trap can be a jar, inverted glass bowls, or an oven bag.

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THE BEAST - COPENHAGEN
 variation by Mary Buchenic

The Beast is a variation of Sharon Clausson's Copenhagen Solar Oven. This large and very simple oven can achieve temperatures of 350°F and higher in a good sun. Use a thin black pan with or without a lid, depending on what you are cooking. The heat trap can be a large oven bag or two (2) inverted pyrex bowls, as seen in the photos. 
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COPENHAGEN WITH CARDBOARD BASE
Base variation by Teong Tan

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FIND PATTERNS FOR A VARIETY OF DIY OVENS LIKE THE EXAMPLES BELOW.

  1. Parvati
    Parvati
    Modified Dual Angled Funnel Cooker Designed by Ravindra Pardeshi.
  2. Cob
    Cob
    Permanent Earthen Based Solar Box Designed by Oriol Balliu.
  3. Easy Lid
    Easy Lid
    Solar Box Cooker This version of the box cooker was designed by Chao Tan and then refined by Tom Sponheim.
  4. Fun Panel
    Fun Panel
    Solar Panel Cooker Designed by Teong Tan
CLICK HERE:  WEB PAGE FOR THESE DESIGNS AND MORE!

Find basic designs and patterns for solar ovens and driers on this solarcooking.org wiki page managed by Tom Sponheim.
CLICK HERE:  WEB PAGE FOR THESE DESIGNS AND MORE!

Find extensive designs and patterns for solar ovens and driers on this solarcooking.org wiki page managed by Tom Sponheim.
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