Such is the case with the Wonder Bag; a slow cooker that is non-electric slow cooker and uses heat-retention to make perfect chili, eggplant parmesan, biriyani, korma, poached salmon, fall off the bone meats, pudding desserts and even French toast.
The Wonder Bag is an ingenious cover for food that serves in the role of a slow cooker. It also is making a difference in far off places. It is a South African invention that is saving lives from smoke inhalation, combating deforestation, providing time women to work and for children to go to school and decreasing the incidents of rape, since 82% of rapes happen while women are gathering firewood.. Wonderbag has also proven to be an unrivaled economic stimulant. In rural African communities the intervention of a Wonderbag can help a family exponentially increase their household income.
Use of one Wonderbag per year can save 1.7 trees, 1000 liters of water and 1,248 hours of time not spent collecting firewood. For every Wonderbag purchased in the US, one is donated to a family in need in Africa.
The Wonderbag has also inspired many delicious recipes, some by celebrity Chefs like Marcus Samuelson, that they have their own cookbook! Savvy chefs can pop a dish from the stove into their Wonderbag, place it in the trunk, and open a perfectly slow-cooked hot meal when they arrive at their destination, whether it be a party, tailgate, gathering or even a campground.
See more about the Wonderbag and what it can do for you and others at www.wonderbagworld.com. Depending on size, Wonderbags retail for $40-60 and come in different colors.