I discovered a non-electric cooking product called the Wonderbag Slow Cooker, and it’s such an amazing item that I believe it should be in every home across America! u.
Before I get into the story, I want to tell you what this product does, and how you can also use it at home.
I couldn’t imagine how a puff of cloth with a drawstring could possibly cook meals! But after investigating I found out that you simply put all of the ingredients you’re going to cook with into a pot, add your water or stock, bring it to a boil, then put the pot into the wonderbag, pull the drawstring tight and let it sit to cook your meal.
This amazing bag retains enough heat to continue cooking your food for up to 12 hours. It holds 2 to 9 quart pots that have short handles and lids, and the best pots to use are either metal, copper, aluminum or enameled cast iron.
This wonderbag is something I think will make a great addition and investment because of the time and electricity you will save. This is one product that definitely needs to be in your home! Now I want to share the story of how this product came into being.
Wonderbag Portable Slow Cooker
Sarah Collins is the inventor of this amazing product, and she lives in Johannesburg, South Africa. Ms Collins is not your typical person, but instead she’s the type that puts her beliefs into action. In other words, she wants to change the world. She wants to make a difference in people’s lives. She wants to better their lives.
- Cut ingredients into smaller pieces to speed cooking time.
- Place pot on a pot holder or towel inside of bag.
- Never put a 350 degree pot in bag.
- Bring to boil with lid on.
- Always read labels, warnings and directions
- Also keeps items cold or frozen
Every time a wonderbag is purchased here in the US, one will be donated to a family in need in Africa.