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How to Pick the Perfect Oven

HOW TO PICK THE PERFECT S. OVEN Freestanding Ranges vs. Wall Ovens Freestanding ranges combine the cooktop and oven Wall ovens are built-in, with the cooktop in a separate location · Available with electric or gas - Provide greater flexibility in your kitchen design power · Can make meal prep simple - Generally use electric power Gas vs. Electric Ovens ) Gas • About 50% less expensive to operate per hour than electric ovens %24 • Gas ovens tend to heat up faster than electric ovens • A gas oven with electronic ignition costs an average of $13/year to operate Electric • 58% of American homes use electricity to cook • Some people believe electric ovens distribute heat more evenly than gas ovens • A self-cleaning electric oven costs an average of $29/year to operate Types of Ovens Conventional Also known as radiant or thermal ovens Uses one heating element for baking and roasting and one for broiling Heat travels upwards and pushes cold air downwards Convection Circulates hot air with a fan for more even cooking May reduce cooking time for certain foods Better heat distribution means more oven space can be used Combination May include convection, microwave, and conventional in various combos A good option when space is at a premium Provides a wide range of cooking options Features to Look For Dual ovens Good option for saving energy when cooking smaller meals Sabbath mode Keeps foods warm over a period of time without drying them out Glass doors Allows you to check on your food without opening the door and wasting heat Delayed start Gives you more control over cooking time-especially helpful when entertaining Est. 1922 Infographic provided by: FRIEDMANS Friedmans Appliancé APPLIANCE A Trusted Name in the Bay Area Since 1922 Sources: archive/2011/july/appliances/cooking-appliances/ranges-vs.-cooktop-and-wall-oven-combos/index.htm G

How to Pick the Perfect Oven

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Approximately 58% of American homes use electricity to cook. But gas ovens are about 50% less expensive to operate per hour than electric ovens. Learn more about the differences between these two opti...


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