How to make a ‘green gas BBQ’ that can run on your gas?
If you want to run a BBQ on your grill, there’s a new method to help you do it.
Gas-powered BBQs that can be set on fire using a ‘bake rack’ can help to reduce the CO2 emissions associated with cooking.
It’s the second time that the technology has been applied to a barbecue.
Earlier this year, a German company unveiled a ‘boiler’ that could be used to cook burgers in a matter of seconds.
It can also be used for cooking on the stove, and can be used as a way to keep warm in winter.
But there’s more to it than that.
Using an oven, an oven is required to cook the food.
A gas grill, however, uses the heat from the exhaust from the gas turbine to heat the food in the oven.
Gas BBQs could potentially save energy and heat, and potentially reduce the carbon emissions associated the cooking process.
The new method was developed by the team at the Technische Universität Berlin, and the researchers are now working on an application to be submitted to the Federal Testing Agency.
The team is also currently working on a prototype for a gas-powered barbecue, and hopes to have a working prototype in the next couple of months.