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Those little razors work awesome.

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These work the best.

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Originally posted by blitz
Stay away from KitchenAid, horrible appliances at any price point.



....especially considering all the glass explosions which are in the news lately...

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Originally posted by sputnik


Induction is also an option.

Instant heat. Glass top never gets hot.

Best of both worlds.



some people i've heard cook on top of a towel so it doesn't get the stove top dirty... BUT, wth... what is the temp point of which cotton/nylon will ignite?

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Induction still get hot under the cooking surface, in case you were wondering. But the topic is ovens.

I have dual ovens (electric) and they are excellent. Oh, they are the top models by KitchenAid, yep. LOL (blitz)

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I have a GE profile, gas stove/oven with a warming drawer on the bottom. I love the broil feature that you get. I thought about dual fuel but they were more than what I wanted to spend. As for the glass top they can be just as much as a pain in the ass to keep clean

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Gas is fucking awesome! I'd rock it for the pimp factor alone. And cleaning is easy, I use a gas stove 1-2 times a day and it doesn't take very long to clean at all.

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I had a gas stove in my previous house, that I switched out to an electric stove. Although I liked the instant heat of the gas, I found that because I didn't always turn on the range hood with it, the burning of gas discolored all the white painted surface in the house to a kind of a cream yellow color.

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