Solar cooking up north
Hello, everyone. I'm thinking about getting a solar cooker for cooking and heating small amounts of water for when the grid gets unreliable. But I live pretty far north (in Vermont, maybe 44 degrees north) and I'm wondering if it's worth the investment. We also get a lot of precipitation, freezing temps in the winter, and cloudy weather.
Does anyone have experience using a solar cooker in these conditions? Is it worthwhile?
Chris in VT