Welcome to the revolutionary Wonderbag!
Many people who are considering living 'off the grid' are wondering how they can make meals for their families. Many of today's modern tiny homes have a full kitchen with a stove, oven and refrigerator.
For those who are looking to abstain from modern amenities, may I introduce you to The Wonderbag?
The Wonderbag is a slow cooker that you do not need to plug in, nor does it require fuel. Obviously, you need a portable burner, or a fire pit to bring your food to a boil (in a cast iron pot). After your food starts to boil, you can insert your pot into The Wonderbag, where it will continue cooking for 8 hours.
The inventor of The Wonderbag, Sarah Collins, developed the bag to help those in developing nations cook food without burning fuel (which is very hard to come by in those parts). Sarah Collins has been bringing this invention to mainstream attention and will actually deliver one Wonderbag to a family in Africa for every Wonderbag purchased here in the United States.
So, if you're looking to be completely free from modern amenities, I definitely suggest purchasing this Wonderbag. Not only will you be doing something great for the environment, you will be helping our friends in Africa feed their families.
The bags are decently priced at only $50 (that's much cheaper than the modern slow cookers lining the store shelves).
If you're interested in purchasing one, or you are interested in learning more about The Wonderbag, click here.
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