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Slow-cooking with “wonderbags” makes tailgating sense

The new wonderbag slow cooker is a great idea for any kitchen. It’s easy cooking that doesn’t require electricity. It takes the energy from a boiling pot of food on your own stove, retains the heat and cooks food safely and without supervision needed for up to 12 hours. At home, that means the wonderbag is an energy saver and great for the environment. At your tailgate? It means you can prepare delicious meals that are low-maintenance and easy to transport!

Here’s how the wonderbag makers explain it:Wonderbag3

The principle of retained-heat cooking is simple. In conventional cooking, any heat applied to the pot after it reaches boiling point is merely replacing heat lost from exposure to the open air.

In wonderbag cooking, food is brought to a boil, simmered for a few minutes, then placed into the wonderbag to continue cooking.

The insulated cooking technique prevents heat escaping from the dish, removing the need for additional energy to complete the cooking process.

Cooking in a wonderbag slow cooker can save between 30-80% of the energy normally required for cooking.

Completely powerless, the wonderbag cooks evenly and consistently every time without supervision.

For more information on the wonderbag and how to purchase it, click here.

Here’s a video showing how it works.

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