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9:00-10:30PM CT: Self-Reliant Living bySafe Harbor Alliance, hosted by Jim Phillips. Tonights Guest Paul Munsen CEO of Sun Oven Cooking with the Power of the Sun People have used the sun to cook for centuries. It is the most inexhaustible of all known energy sources and it is free! Bake, boil or steam any kind of food with the power of the sun, no fuel needed. Totally safe – no danger of fire – never burn dinner again! Cooking in a SUN OVENâ is easy, fun, natural, and nutritious. Use it every day in your backyard, at picnics, while camping, or in the event of a power failure. It can even help keep your house cool in the summer by keeping the heat from cooking outside, reducing air conditioning costs. Paul makes no apologies about his fanaticism when it comes to SUN OVENSâ. He says: “The most fulfilling part of my job is to introduce people to the pleasures of cooking with a SUN OVENâ. I wish we could meet in person so I could share my passion and enthusiasm about SUN OVENâ cooking with you and see your face the first time you sample your favorite foods after they have been embellished in the sun.” Guest Profile: Paul Munsen is the president of Sun Ovens International which is located in Elburn, Illinois, and is the leading manufacturer of high quality solar cooking devices. SUN OVENSâ are currently being used in 130 counties around the world. Paul has taught SUN OVEN cooking on 5 continents. He has addressed the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development. He is the past-president of the Illinois Society for International Development, and a member of Solar Cookers International and the Illinois Solar Energy Association.

 

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