Solar cookers, a sort of outdoor grill powered by sunlight, are being distributed to third world countries by humanitarian aid organizations to prevent deforestation caused by wood burning as fuel. They have no operational costs and are powered through a mirror that collects sunlight before it’s converted to heat. They cook anything a conventional oven or stovetop would, though chopping food into small pieces is recommended to maintain comparable cooking times. The longer cooking time is one of the products’ chief disadvantages, as well as social acceptance and the availability of daylight. There are more than 65 designs of solar cookers, also referred to as solar ovens, on the market.
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