All About Kitchen Appliances

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heyhoe
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Oven

Post by heyhoe » Mon Jan 17, 2011 3:01 pm

I'm thinking of getting a new oven. Any recommendations? Also, is it important to get the fan function?

Some ovens that catch my eyes are:-
1. Sharp Healsio Water Oven - Super Expensive!
2. LG Microwave cum covention oven
3. Rowenta Oven

Your feedback are appreciated!

leo
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Re: Oven

Post by leo » Tue Jan 18, 2011 9:09 am

heyhoe wrote:I'm thinking of getting a new oven. Any recommendations? Also, is it important to get the fan function?

Some ovens that catch my eyes are:-
1. Sharp Healsio Water Oven - Super Expensive!
2. LG Microwave cum covention oven
3. Rowenta Oven

Your feedback are appreciated!
I think it will depend on what you want to do with your oven and your usage and your budget.

For me I just do a the occasional baking (once very few months :P) and I got a cheap Techno oven.

heyhoe
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Post by heyhoe » Tue Jan 18, 2011 9:54 am

Thanks, leo.

Actually, I use it more to grill food in the oven. Sometimes muffins and butter cake. Lately, I've been wanting to do more baking.

I'm tempted to buy Sharp Healsio since it is suppose to be a healthier alternative - water oven. :wink:

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Re: All About Kitchen Appliances

Post by PopularTutors » Sat Aug 25, 2018 12:18 pm

We are using a Samsung 3 in one, that allows us to steam, bake and microwave our food. One of our better buys for our kitchen

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