Four awesome Wonderbag recipes

The Wonderbag has taken the world by a softly cushioned, shwe shwe covered storm as a brilliant slow cooking alternative. It not only reduces the need for excessive energy consumptions but also decreases exposure to toxic fumes in families who are required to cook with propane gases. With high excitement levels about this life altering,… Continue Reading »

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