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Subject:  Re: Just How Necessary is That Conventional Oven Date:  10/3/2012  11:02 PM
Author:  stannius Number:  122389 of 137307

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)

I am like others... At home I use my oven frequently. I would expect that as a feature of any home I would buy, to live in.

On vacation I rarely use an oven. Occasionally I stay someplace with one, and use it, but I wouldn't not stay in a rental because it was missing an oven. I do agree I would expect the cooking room of such a rental to be labeled a "kitchenette". Even if it had the best toaster oven on the planet on the counter.
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