A crash course in changing the world.
It is the Fourth of July-Independence Day, the year 2020, on the beach of Emerald Isle, North Carolina, where our family comes from all parts of the US and the World to celebrate our Country's Freedom and its Democracy. It used to be in my own day, that we would all go to a beach, park, or other open public space to BarBQue aka BBQ. We would cook steak, corn-on-the-cob and other vegetables wrapped in foil. The fuel of the times was simple, manufactored coals that had been moistened with lighting fluid to begin the flames. Becoming embers, these coals produced many carbon wastes, did not smell or taste particularly good, and were not always reliable.
This year 2020, however is a new time. All we need to do in order to celebrate the Fourth of July - Independence Day is to find an open space where we can place our portable solar cooker. The natural solar light will be sufficient to generate enough power to create heat. These newer stoves can store some of that heat energy making it manageable to keep even heat over a longer period of time. Yet the really wonderful thing about these stoves is that each time we use them to cook our meals, we get PAID! Can you imagine that? Using Carbon Manna, and monitizing our reduction in carbon waste, we get paid to eat well. And we get to enjoy minimum upkeep of solar cooking rather than the maintenance of the old fashion Barbeques, gas ovens, and their stove tops.
These cookers have safety features added to protect from improper handling so that my twin grand daughters, now 10 years old, can help with the meals. They enjoy creating new recipes while earning their own money savings. This will mean that they can learn to budget, buy items and plan financial futures of their own.