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    Like others

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    and more
    Some love'em others Hate

    For us Cadac BBQ or real fire
    Indoors most things are "Wok ed"
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    Oven use only to reheat or Croissants

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    For a Grand Remoska it is extremely cheap at that price

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    For the price of each of the above swanky gadgets I'm wondering how many meals you could make instead by using just a normal hob/stove top and normal pots & pans... ?

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    We love cooking in the van and when we bought it, 3 years old it was obvious from the smell when we fired it up that the oven was virgin!

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    We also use the oven. It's a bit high up for SWMBO as it's one of the TEC Towers. After trying to clean it I have fitted a Silicone Baking Mat in the bottom. To stop it getting near the flame at the back I managed to fold it over and tuck it in the front. All I do now is just wipe up any spills as nothing sticks to it
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    Love my Remoska... sure there are some thoughts about them on here ... use the search button if you’re thinking of buying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mariesnowgoose View Post
    For the price of each of the above swanky gadgets I'm wondering how many meals you could make instead by using just a normal hob/stove top and normal pots & pans... ?

    Each to their own but I reckon financially I am in front with the remoska it uses 400 watts of electric as opposed to 2000 w on a conventional oven does pretty much the same with no discernible differences in cooking times

    Baked Potatos, Roasting meat I think I get better results than a conventional oven

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    The double skillet. Is our top pan ,our oven is still a virgin ,
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    Double skillet, wok and kettle...no oven!

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