Incubate Koji with Solar Thermal?

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Incubate Koji with Solar Thermal?

Postby bekah on Tue Dec 05, 2017 2:23 pm


Has anyone built an incubator to do things like inoculate/culture koji and natto that works via direct solar thermal? I'm moving off-grid and am looking for good creative solutions in order to continue some of my fermentation activities that have previously required the use of electricity or fuel without any of those inputs. Has anyone seen a design for such an incubator? I'd love to build something versatile that could be used for a number of different incubation uses (maybe also poultry eggs?). We have at least one old broken fridge in the "resource pile," although it's hypothetically earmarked for a solar thermal water heater.

Thanks in case!

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