For the past few years, several Kenyans have been looking for cleaner ways of cooking without using charcoal. This is because charcoal produces too much soot which leads to the discolouration of many kitchens. Apart from that, the price of charcoal is quite expensive in Kenya especially now that the government is trying as much as possible to save the environment.
Since the increase in the price of charcoal, there have been new sources of cooking have been introduced into the country. The latest method is the use of ethanol burners which is becoming quite popular.
One of the most popular ethanol cookers in Kenya is the Jiko Safi ethanol cooker which has been on the market for some time. It is quite similar to the Koko cooker but several Kenyans do not know about it because of the lack of sufficient ethanol selling points in the country.
If you want to purchase a two-burner Jiko Safi E-cooker, you will have to spend a minimum of Ksh 6,000 and a maximum of Ksh 6,500.
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