Irene Perbal & Solar Cooking

Jul 15, 2014 by

Irene Perbal & Solar Cooking

Irene Perbal-Boylson, a Jackson Rotarian and resident of Mokelumne Hill has been involved in integrated solar cooking for ten years.  The integrated solar cooking method is cost and energy-efficient, does not pollute, saves forests, and prevents fires by using the energy of direct sunlight to heat, cook or pasteurize food and drink.  Two upcoming solar cooking events may be of interest to Moke Hill residents.

  • The International Convention on Solar Cooking on Saturday, July 19th at William Land Park in Sacramento is organized by Solar Cookers International, and will also offer classes.  The convention will include international participation by solar cooking researchers, promoters, advocates, designers, project directors and manufacturers with experience in the transfer of solar cooking technologies.
  •  Produce Days at the St. Katarine Drexel Catholic Parish in Martell on Wednesday, July 23rd will include training the Interfaith Food Bank of Amador County staff about this lifesaving and environmentally friendly method of cooking.

For more information, please contact Irene Perbal at 209.286.1214.

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