Sun Oven

Being prepared can reduce fear, anxiety and losses that come with disasters.
Government and religious leaders have advised us to prepare ourselves and our homes for a time of crisis. Whether it be a natural disaster, such as an earthquake or hurricane, or a manmade disaster, such as a terrorist attack or fire, prudent families are preparing for disasters that could strike unexpectedly.

How much fuel can you store?

In an effort to prepare for the unexpected, many families have set aside food but struggle with the issue of how to safely store enough fuel and rotate it to keep it fresh. Guides are available on how much food you need to keep on hand to provide for your family in the event of an emergency, but do you feel comfortable with the amount of fuel you have on hand and how to store it?

Using a SUN OVEN® on the days when the sun shines decreases the amount of fuel which must be stored.

SUN OVENS® can be used year round on sunny days. Even though it is called an oven, food can be baked, boiled or steamed in a SUN OVEN®--so other than fried foods, anything normally cooked on a stovetop or in an oven can be cooked in a SUN OVEN®.

A Preparedness Item That Pays for Itself

Buying what you need to be prepared can put a strain on a family’s budget. Many preparedness-minded families have found that their SUN OVEN® quickly pays for itself by reducing their utility bills and the cost of restaurant meals. Many people do not cook or bake on hot days for fear of heating up the house. A SUN OVEN® enables cooking on hot summer days by keeping the heat from cooking outside.

Improved Taste, No Hassle Cooking

Thousands of families have obtained a SUN OVEN® to have on hand in the event of an emergency and have been pleasantly surprised by the improved taste of sun-cooked foods and the lifestyle advantages of cooking with the sun.

There is no movement of air in a SUN OVEN®, allowing food to stay moist, tender and flavorful. Sun-baked roasts are tastier and more succulent, and sun-baked bread has unparalleled taste and texture. The aroma of food sunning itself in a SUN OVEN® is sure to please your senses.

Temperatures in a SUN OVEN® rise slowly and evenly, allowing complex carbohydrates time to break down into simple sugars, emanating subtle natural flavors. The even temperature of the SUN OVEN® prevents burning, so you do not need to stir your food while it is cooking.
The SUN OVEN® can be used for slow cooking, much like a crock-pot. Prepare your dinner early in morning, put it in the SUN OVEN®, point the oven south and leave. Come home to a tasty, slow-cooked dinner. If you run late, there is no need to worry; the SUN OVEN® will keep your food warm, moist and fresh for hours. Or, if you choose to refocus the oven to follow the sun every 25 to 30 minutes, cooking times and methods will be very similar to cooking with a conventional stove or oven. The choice is yours.

Does Much More Than Cook

In addition to cooking, a SUN OVEN® can also be used in a variety of other ways including:
· Boil or pasteurize water
· Make Sun tea
· Naturally dehydrate fruits, vegetables and meats
· Heat water for a sponge bath
· Kill infestations in grains or dried foods
· Sanitize dishes
· Dry firewood
· Sprout foods
· Decrystallize honey or jams

Everything Under The Sun

Wendy DeWitt has taught thousands of people about food storage and solar cooking. She has written an excellent booklet full of information on canning and food storage and recipes for cooking in a SUN OVEN®. Wendy has given her permission for us to share this booklet "Everything Under The Sun"

Click here to download a PDF version of the booklet.
Click here to watch a video from Wendy DeWitt's Food Storage Seminar.


SUN OVEN Cooking Essentials Seminar

An increasing number of families have obtained a SUN OVEN to have on hand in the event of an emergency and have been pleasantly surprised by the improved taste of sun cooked foods and the lifestyle advantages of cooking with the sun. Paul Munsen, of SUN OVENS International, will teach on how to harness the power of the sun to bake, boil and steam foods. He will show how practical and easy it is to cook in a SUN OVEN and discuss the many economic, health and environmental benefits of cooking with the sun.

Learn how to never have to worry about burning dinner again. Discover how to use a SUN OVEN to naturally dehydrate fruits and vegetables, and enhance winter sprouting. Find out how to reduce your utility bills and the amount of fuel you need to store for emergency preparedness while helping families in deforested developing counties around the world.

Saturday August 14th at 10 am at the Plano Stake Center at 2700 Roundrock Trail.

For those of you who cannot make the Saturday Cooking Demo there will be one at 918 Carriage Way, Duncanville, TX on Friday August 13th at 7:00 pm. That is a residence and not a church building.


Free cooking seminar

Who here has some food storage? Have you thought about how you are going to cook it if there is no electricity? You think, “Well, I’ll build a fire”, but the thought of building a fire in the middle of a Dallas summer would do me in. Standing outside with the heat index of 120 degrees while cooking over a fire just isn’t going to cut it. If you have not thought about how you are going to cook your food, this is what you are going to want to think about. It is called a solar oven. It is not going to work if you live in London or Portland, Oregon. But here in Texas where we have lots of sunshine, this works beautifully.

Come and see for yourself and taste how wonderful food cooked in a solar oven can be. The free seminar will be Saturday August 14th at 10 am at the Plano Stake Center at 2700 Roundrock Trail. The seminar is free of charge and we will be taught by Paul Munsen the founder of Global Sun Ovens.

Look forward to seeing you there. See the attached brochure. Please feel free to make copies and pass out to others or send it out via email to friends in your ward. We need to get the word out to all in North Texas!

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