Insulated Bag Retains Heat To Slow Cook Food With Less Energy

Insulated Bag Retains Heat To Slow Cook Food With Less Energy
Design

Eco-friendly Wonderbags reduce carbon emission and costs while preparing meals.

Yi Chen
  • 25 january 2012


Wonderbag is a clever invention designed by a South African company that slow cooks food after it’s been brought to boil. Once the food has been heated for a few minutes on the stove, the pot can be placed in the heat-retention bag to continue  cooking while left standing. The Wonderbag is greatly benefiting communities in developing countries as it reduces costs through conserving energy, water usage, and ensuring that food is not burnt and wasted. The cooking bag is also eco-friendly as it decreases carbon emissions and toxic fumes. It’s made from poly-cotton and recycled polystyrene balls.

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