Eco-cooking with the Wonderbag

Written by on November 8, 2013 in Living - Comments Off on Eco-cooking with the Wonderbag

The what bag? The Wonderbag! The Wonderbag is the electricity-free slow cooker. It locks in heat, cutting preparation time and reducing energy costs. The clever invention is designed to allow food to be brought to the boil before transferring it to the Wonderbag where it finishes cooking without using any additional energy.

wonderbagAvoid spending time slaving away on dinners in the kitchen and use the Wonderbag’s two easy steps to prepare a mouth-watering meal by using the insulated bag to cook a wide range of meals from Christmas puddings to turkey casserole. Simply heat the food on the hob and then transfer it into the bag to continue the cooking process. And because the Wonderbag is unplugged, your free time will also be worry-free.

Heat-retention cooking is an age-old technique and wonderbag’s fun and unique design has brought it back into the 21st century. The slowed cooking process, combined with sealing the pot in the Wonderbag, ensures the flavours and nutrients are retained inside the pot – not evaporated into thin air.

wonderbag wffAnd you can also support a great cause if you opt for the limited edition WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) Wonderbag, WWF will receive a donation towards raising awareness around wildlife and conservation. WWF Wonderbag is £45, while the Deluxe version is £60 and the original Shew-Shwe Wonderbag is just £30. Choose your favourite model here.

You can find some delicious recipes with the wonderbag here.

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Charlotte

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