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1 Nuwave Induction Cooking on Fri Jul 19, 2013 10:33 am

bethk

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Does anyone have that system?

I'm thinking of ordering a set to use out on the patio, thought it would be a nice addition to my outdoor kitchen.

I just have not heard if its a good deal or not.

2 Re: Nuwave Induction Cooking on Fri Jul 19, 2013 12:02 pm

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IDK but my ex sent my DD one & she never opened it for a year then when she used it,she gave it AWAY.It could have been just her.She does not get why I use a rice maker or a bread machine either.lol Yet she loves when I make her all the pizza dough she wants.

3 Re: Nuwave Induction Cooking on Fri Jul 19, 2013 12:54 pm

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I don't have that brand, but have 2 of another brand. I love them. They were perfect for add'l burners as well as using them where there wasn't a cooktop. I paid about $150 for mine, but that was several years ago. Prices have gone down since then.

They are perfect for kids, too, since there's no fire and the only thing that gets hot is the pan.

4 Re: Nuwave Induction Cooking on Fri Jul 19, 2013 1:14 pm

Barbara101

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I think we are talking about different things.The one I am talking about sits on the counter. It is round plastic thing.

5 Re: Nuwave Induction Cooking on Fri Jul 19, 2013 1:24 pm

bethk

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No, Barb, that's what it is.

6 Re: Nuwave Induction Cooking on Sun Jul 21, 2013 10:44 am

Barbara101

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ok I saw that,yesterday on TV. That is not what I was talking about lol

That looks great.I have no use for one tho.

7 Re: Nuwave Induction Cooking on Sun Jul 21, 2013 12:54 pm

bethk

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Yeah, this thing is like an extra stove element that is portable. You are suppose to be able to set the temperature to any degree you want, from a low simmer to a high, searing heat and have it be constant. I'm thinking it would be convenient to have to plug in outside because I don't like the cooking smells in the house with no outside vented range hood. The range hood will be on the "to do" list for when Dane gets down there.

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