Using an Ecopot

The 3 Basic Steps to Thermal Cooking

  1. Place ingredients into inner pot and bring food to boil
  2. Place inner pot/s into the Ecopot and close lid
  3. Keep Ecopot lid closed until ready to eat

The 3 commonly asked questions

  1. How long do I leave the pots on the heat source for?
  2. When inner pot transferred to Ecopot, how long will meal take to cook?
  3. How long will the meal stay hot for?

Every Ecopot comes with a comprehensive cooking guide to answer these questions. It details how long to put food on the stove for, then how long it takes to fully cook, ready to eat. It takes the guesswork out of cooking thermally. Food varieties ranging from meat, seafood, vegetables, pastas, rice, cakes and even breads is covered.

Inner and Outer Pots

Outer Pot (Ecopot)               Inner Pots (large and Small)

Outer thermally insulated pot (referred to as the Ecopot) and two inner cooking pots (referred to as the cooking pots). The Ecopot is fully insulated with a thermal membrane, body, lid and base. This membrane retains trapped heat. The inner pots are the workhorses, they are the pots you prepare and cook food in.

You start the cooking process off somewhere, be it a kitchen stovetop, gas burner, induction cooker or open campfire. Once food comes to the boil, transfer the cooking pot into the Ecopot, which will finish cooking the meal. It’s similar to, but very different to a slow cooker. Slow cookers cook food at a constant set temperature, they never vary. This often leads to food being overcooked. Thermal cookers are different, they lose around 5% of heat per hour and food can never be overcook.




Sweet Potato Curry
Cooking time: 2 hours
Coconut Fish Curry
Cooking time: 1 hours
Osso Bucco
Cooking time: 3 hours
Creamy Lamb and Mushroom Hot Pot
Cooking time: 2 hours
Pumpkin Soup
Cooking time: 4 hours

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