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Uploaded on Aug 8, 2008
For anyone who cooks, we all know that if you put a lid on a cooking vessel, it will cook faster because steam from the food is not escaping. Because I have problems with clouds rolling through and dropping temps in my box ovens alot, I create an oven within an oven by placing my cooking pans inside a turkey roasting bag, close tightly, and place inside the oven. I wanted to run an experiment to show you how fast the heat raises inside the bag BEFORE the oven itself reaches higher temps.
The environment you create by putting the pan inside a bag is one that heats up faster than its surroundings cooks your food faster when you don't have time to sit and wait for it to slow cook, especially if you only use one reflector like I do.
I had read about a scientist who created this kind of environment by using glass boxes, one 2 inches or so larger all the way around than the next. After putting several more over each other, he found the inner box was the hottest.
He also experimented with triple paning the ovens with glass and achieved higher temps by the extra glazing, to read more, go to this link: