What is the best GoSun model to have on hand when the grid goes down? This is a complicated question and depends on the number of people in your household, your cooking needs, the amount of sun in your hometown, and many other factors.
Rather than list those factors here, we thought we'd turn to the GoSun community to see what they have to say about relying exclusively on their GoSun when the power goes out. Here's the original question from a GoSun customer (questions and answers have been lightly edited for clarity):
What would be a good model of the oven to have on hand if the grid goes down? There are three of us in the house... One of the things we would need to be able to do is boil water for tea (my mom drinks a lot of tea). I see the Sport has a brewing accessory; does it work as advertised? I've never cooked in a solar cooker so are there limits when it comes to foods that can be cooked? How do you get things crispy without burning?
Great answer! Here are some answers from the community.
Great thinking! Here's the second answer.
The Grillis my mainstay. It cooks for 6 - 8 people and fits 2 custom meatloaf pans, with each holding 1.5 liters. It also includes a bottom and top rack for each pan.
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