If you're familiar with slow cooking foods like roast beef, stews, some rice dishes and others, you know the usual way to cook these dishes is to throw them in a crock pot, plug it in set the timer and let it cook.
Not so with the Wonderbag. It doesn't use electricity so there's nothing to plug in so you can move it anywhere you want to even after you've started cooking your meal.
In this post I'll tell you more about this portable slow cooker. If you would rather bypass the post and check out this product for yourself, you can do that right below.
Check Out The Wonderbag Slow Cooker
Some Wonderbag Insight
One bag will be given to a poor family in a developing country for every bag sold. This not only helps to save these families money, but their health as well since a lot of them use wood fire to cook their food and have to monitor it closely causing them to breath in smoke from the fire. With this bag they will use less fire wood.
This will also reduce the impact on the environment, not only in developing countries, but around the world.
Close to 650,000 of the bags have been given in South Africa, Rwanda, Kenya and Syrian refugee camps in Jordan. The World Health Organization ordered 10,000 to give to refugee camps around the world.
How The Wonderbag Portable Slow Cooker Works
The Bag actually retains the heat from the pot allowing the meal to cook slowly. There is less evaporation, which means all the flavors and nutrients stay with the food.
Now this is by no means a brand new idea. People have been doing something like this for years. Even Sarah says she got the idea from remembering her grandmother surrounding a pot with cushions to keep it going after turning the stove off.
As slow cookers go this just seems like a good one to use.
You can get recipes to use with this cooker from the Wonderbag site located here.
Wonderbag Slow Cooker Review Video
I hope this post was of some value and helped you to get to know this slow cooker a little better. If so let me know. Leave a comment, I would love to hear your thoughts.
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