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Anyone remember my toaster oven question?

Posted by OklaMoni (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 18, 13 at 22:11

Well, I have decided, I don't really need one.

See, I borrowed my daughters in early July. She just requested it be returned to her.

I hadn't used it once.

To me, this means, the test was successful, as in I really don't need one.

:)

Moni


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RE: Anyone remember my toaster oven question?

LOL I suppose your test worked. Congrats on saving the money.

I use my toaster oven more than my regular oven now with just the two of us it is the perfect size.

This post was edited by CLBlakey on Mon, Aug 19, 13 at 0:12


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RE: Anyone remember my toaster oven question?

I bought a toaster oven while my kitchen was being updated. It is useful for a number of small tasks--much more pleasant than heating up the big oven in this weather.


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RE: Anyone remember my toaster oven question?

Congratulations on a conclusive test.

I conducted a similar test, I bought one from the Goodwill Store. After a month I concluded that I would use it. Love my Breville, best and most used appliance in my kitchen.


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RE: Anyone remember my toaster oven question?

Since there are only 2 of us in our household we use a toaster oven more than the built in oven. It has replaced the toaster in our kitchen and since it is small (kitchen) we now have more counter space.
Mary


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RE: Anyone remember my toaster oven question?

When I found a BRAND NEW toaster oven at a yard sale last weekend for THREE $, decided to try it out. I RARELY make toast, cooking for one, and this unit doesn't take up much more space than the toaster did.


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