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Thread: Learned something new about my oven

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    Super Member donnajean's Avatar
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    Went to put a roast in & had to make a decision as to which button to push - bake or roast. Had to do a Google to find out what the difference is. I think I had previously only used the "bake" mode.

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    In my GE, convection bake heats with a circular element that is located in the fan housing. Food does not appear to be exposed to any direct radiant heat. With convection roast, the fan works but the heating elements on the top of the oven also come on. This radiant heat does a good job of browning/carmelization but it is pretty robust so you have to be careful.

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    Super Member PegD's Avatar
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    I thought maybe with all your quilting you found out it works. LOL

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    Super Member quiltlonger's Avatar
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    As hubby would say when smoke detector goes off Dinners Ready!

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    Super Member CoyoteQuilts's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by PegD
    I thought maybe with all your quilting you found out it works. LOL
    I have to agree!

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    we learn something new every day. have you noticed everything seems to need a temp of 450 degrees now to bake instead of 350. I can't get used to this.

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