30 Jul '14, 8pm

Keep your food cool with this $50 clay evaporating off-grid fridge.

Keep your food cool with this $50 clay evaporating off-grid fridge.

Water from the upper chambers drips down the side, and gets evaporated taking away heat from the inside , leaving the chambers cool. The top upper chamber is used to store water. A small lid made from clay is provided on top. A small faucet tap is also provided at the front lower end of chamber to tap out the water for drinking use. In the lower chamber, two shelves are provided to store the food material. The first shelf can be used for storing vegetables, fruits etc. and the second shelf can be used for storing milk etc. Cool and affordable, this clay refrigerator is a very good option to keep food, vegetables and even milk naturally fresh for days.

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/kitchen-design/fifty-buck-fridg...

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