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annachan

Gas range: Wolf? Thermador? Bluestar? Viking?

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rotuts   

Id also switch to induction if it came w a high quality Combi-Oven

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gfweb   

We struggled with the choice of gas vs induction.

Finally it was the aesthetics of cooking with fire that won.

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rotuts   

I completely understand.

 

the BlueStar is a stunner

 

if they has a BS with a Combi  Id just give up and surrender.

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weinoo   

As I mentioned previously, induction was out of the question for us, as the electrical requirement cannot be met.

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