What is a Haybox Cooker? It’s basically an insulated box in which you place your partly cooked food. The heat energy held in the pot and the food completes the cooking process without any external heat input.

 

This can be used for cooking stews, mixed rice or even baking bread.

 

Make your own Haybox cooker using the parts supplied. Please see end of listing for video of cooker being assembled.

 

Benefits of Haybox Cooking:

 

Energy Saving - save up to 50% of the energy used to cook food

 

Convenience - cook now and eat piping hot food 3 to 4 hours later

 

No risk of burning food - the food keeps cooking in its own retained heat till needed

 

Tasty nutritious food - like in a slow cooker but without and energy input

 

Size

 

Cardboard box (38 x 38 x 38 cm)

 

Cardboard lid (39 x 39 x 7 cm)

 

Large cushion cover (100 x 75 cm)

 

Small cushion cover (50 x 50 cm)

 

Note: The cushion covers are made with up-cycled bed sheets and curtains.

 

Haybox Cooking book ( 40 page color book with vegetarian and vegan recipes)

 

Note: The user has to supply the insulation to fill the cushions with. This can be recycled towels, sleeping bags cushions or crushed up newspaper. You will also need some tape for the base of the cardboard box and a suitable sized cooking pot.

Haybox cooker DIY kit and book with recipes

£22.00 Regular Price
£19.00Sale Price

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