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  • (termed a Fireless Cooker), it is possible to cook for long periods of time using only retained heat.

    Chapter 19

  • The Chambers Fireless Gas Range, an enameled gas stove, was invented by John Chambers in 1910.

    One Big Table

  • Mother of the modern trophy stove, the iconic Chambers Fireless Gas Range was manufactured in Shelbyville, Indiana, from 1912 to 1955, where a huge home economics department fastidiously created stylish, no-fail recipes to help market the stove.

    One Big Table

  • Fireless cookersThe use of dried foodsPreparing for the fairConclusion to trainingAppendicesIntroduction to training: defining expectations and needs, clarifying goals and objectives; identifying group resources

    Chapter 3

  • Fireless cookersThe use of dried foodsPreparing for the fairConclusion to trainingAppendicesSolar food dryers: construction

    Chapter 15

  • Fireless cookersThe use of dried foodsPreparing for the fairConclusion to trainingAppendicesLooking at your community: the potential for solar food drying

    Chapter 4

  • Fireless cookersThe use of dried foodsPreparing for the fairConclusion to trainingAppendicesThe use of solar food dryers

    Chapter 10

  • Fireless cookersThe use of dried foodsPreparing for the fairConclusion to trainingAppendicesStorage of dried foods

    Chapter 16

  • Point out the fact that a second project (either another dryer or a Fireless Cooker) may be started upon completion of the first one.

    Chapter 15

  • Fireless cookersThe use of dried foodsPreparing for the fairConclusion to trainingAppendicesWorking with a group: dynamics and facilitation skills

    Chapter 13

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