I HEARD FROM OUR MCS SISTER CHRISTA—- AND SO I’M GOING TO REBLOG FROM HER BLOG POST—
CHRISTA— SO GOOD TO HEAR FROM YA– WE HAVE MISSED YA!!!!!!!!!!!
I have something called Toxic Injury (also known as Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Environmental Illness, or Toxicant-Induced Loss of Tolerance). Propane (even if vented), natural gas, wood smoke, and charcoal all make me very ill, so this is initially why I was attracted to solar cooking. But I also love that solar cooking saves money, is great on the environment, and is a fun way to cook outside in the fresh air!
My TI is extremely severe, so I have been partially disabled since 2008. However, this has given me time to write (when I am bedridden with heart and exhaustion problems), so for the last five years I have been writing children’s books. I’m also a huge fan of Food Network, so this is going to be a really fun way to combine my love of writing with my love of cooking and trying new things (and being outside). For the next six months I will be blogging about my experiences with the Solar Hot Pot! (If you want a Solar Hot Pot,you can get one from where I got one, right here on this website)
Solar Cooking In South Dakota
With my Hot Pot Solar Cooker