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|Subject: Re: Just How Necessary is That Conventional Oven||Date: 10/3/2012 4:19 PM|
|Author: foo1bar||Number: 122378 of 134893|
Sounds like for your cooking style, not very necessary. I use mine all the time.
I use my oven at home fairly often.
But I don't think I would use it much while on vacation somewhere.
Frozen pizza being the one thing I can think of where I'd use it (easy to make dinner after being out all day hiking/skiing/canoeing/whatever)
OTOH, I'd probably expect a place without a stove to be advertised as having a "kitchenette". (I think a cabin I stayed in was advertised as having a kitchenette, and it had only fridge, microwave, and hot-water-kettle. But those were all I needed/wanted)
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