S/O: Plumbed steam oven - Q. about drain

eleenaSeptember 21, 2012

I know this would sound stupid but I am still going to ask in hopes that the answer can give me some flexibility with the layout of my currently extremely inefficient kitchen.

If I have a water line where the fridge used to be, do I HAVE to have a drain? Why can't I use, say, a hidden bottle and drain into it? I doubt that there is so much liquid coming out after one hour of steam-assisted baking that a good size bottle wouldn't hold.

That, of course, means that I will - always - empty the bottle in a timely fashion!

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