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haybox cooking

Postby xdewit » Mon Jan 31, 2011 3:52 am

These times are slow times in my business so I am catching up with all kind of jobs that have left to be done. I am now renewing the hay in my hay box cooker. This is a methode of cooking done a lot in WWII over here in the Netherlands. I have a real wooden hay box and it looks like a little table so we use it like that in the living room. But I love to cook in it. I have had great results with (Turkish) white bean casserol and always make my yogurt in it. Here is some info:
Here I made some cinnamon oat porridge:
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Anyone of you know/tried the haybox?
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Re: haybox cooking

Postby kr105 » Mon Jan 31, 2011 8:45 pm

I tried haybox cooking a few years ago, but mine was a cardboard box filled with crumbled up newspapers and styrofoam peanuts. It worked for making pasta, but was a bit inconvenient, so it was put aside as another "for dire circumstances cooking" if tshtf . Since I'm up in Iowa (large scandanavian population up here,) I'll have to look around and see if anyone is selling one like you have. Thanks!
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