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With the holidays just around the corner and holiday entertaining on the front burner many homemakers are considering purchasing a wall oven. Buying a wall oven is a great space saving appliance. If you have a built in wall oven, you have space for additional cabinets all around the ovens.
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The cabinets are usually built above the oven and all around the oven. This will give you much more storage space, than the free standing traditional oven. Wall ovens are available in different widths to fit your built in ovens needs. Almost 50% of all built in ovens are double ovens. Allowing you more cooking space. Some new models come where one of the ovens are a convection oven. So give your holiday preparations a real boost with a new built in oven.
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First, most built in ovens have large multi-loop bake elements. The large multi-loop element in the bottom of the oven releases heat more evenly for better baking results.
Most important you want to check the oven cavity size when purchasing a wall oven. You want to make sure the oven size fits your needs. Make sure your oven has 6 to 7 positions foroven racks allowing you to cook more than one dish at a time.
Another important element to look for is the hidden bake element. This allows spills and splashes or residue from the self-cleaning cycle are easier to wipe up.
In addition. you want digital touch controls, this allows you to have more accurate temperatures and timing settings.
Most important you want the high low broil feature. You use the low broiling for thicker meats,chicken and fish to make sure it is completely cooked without searing.
Lastly, the large clear view window and oven light allows you to check the cooking process without opening the door.
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