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Maggiemoo s Little Acre Wonderbag and wonderbox cooking versus solar oven

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Maggiemoo s Little Acre Wonderbag and wonderbox cooking versus solar oven
Maggiemoo s Little Acre Wonderbag and wonderbox cooking versus solar oven
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Cooking bean soup in my wonderbag and comparing it to cooking in my solar oven. Heat retention versus solar! Both a perfect way to conserve energy and time.
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