Green barbecues

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  1. Mont

    Mont Junior Member

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    G'day forum watchers! I'm about to buy a portable barbecue for the first time and have looked at standard gas ones with 2 hotplates and 2 to 4 burners, suitable for a small family. Before going the mainstream option, however, I thought I'd ask if anyone is aware of a particular kind, available in Sydney, Australia, that is more environmentally friendly than others?
    Thanks for your anticipated help.

    Mont
     
  2. Guest

    There are such things as solar parabolic dish barbques working during sunny days, maybe a web search would find someone selling them. A solar power hot plate would be the most passive answer.
     
  3. Jeff Nugent

    Jeff Nugent Junior Member

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    The cheapest solar barbeque I know of is a few bricks supporting a hotplate. Add stored solar energy in the form of wood. Urbia can provide all the wood needed.
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