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Miele steam oven..... ??????

Posted by Starshopper (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 15, 13 at 21:15

I'm interested in this but have never heard about cooking with steam. Also it seems to use programs. The new one looks great
I'm getting a 36" range with a wall oven with a micro ... For my vaca home My current home I built I put in a 48" DCS. LOVE IT!!! But honestly I use the small oven only except for when we entertain n holidays.
Anyway I thought the small Miele would do the trick for me.
Anyone have a steam oven.


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RE: Miele steam oven..... ??????

You can google for that, there are tons of threads on here about steam ovens. Just go to google and put in "gardenweb + steamoven" and you will find a lot of things to read.

I have the Wolf Steam Oven and both myself and my DW love it to death, we use it almost every day, way more than we ever used our main oven before our kitchen remodel.

Phil


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RE: Miele steam oven..... ??????

I don't trust Miele products. There are so many complaints concerning http://www.pissedconsumer.com/browse-reviews/electronics-repair.html, read, heard and faced!


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RE: Miele steam oven..... ??????

We absolutely love our Miele steam oven. We've had it for 3 years now and use it every day or two. The Miele is made with quality components and we've had no issues with it- it just works. It's fantastic for veggies and grains (rice, oatmeal, quinoa, etc.), and we've also had good luck with seafood (salmon, shrimp, etc.). The best thing about cooking with a steam oven is that you know your food will come out perfect and you don't have to babysit it- you can work on other things like the main dish or setting the table while it's working.

One downside worth mentioning is that it's more like a cooking pot than an air oven in that you have to clean it after each use. There will be water droplets all over the interior when you're done cooking, and so you'll have to dry it out with a dishcloth during your nightly cleanup.


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