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Brava Oven Review: Is Infrared Cooking for $995+ Worth It?

Posted On: Oct 10, 2018   |   Posted By: Gadget Review

Brava Oven Review: Is Infrared Cooking for $995+ Worth It?

4.7Expert RatingWhere to buy it Check Price If you read my best toaster oven piece , then you know that I'm no stranger to them. I spent hours combing through what was on the market, eliminating the fluff, avoiding the “toaster” and focusing on the machines that would provide me the results, or requirements, I was looking for.
What are those results, you ask? Well, for one, I'm not looking to toast bread. A toaster oven, which is really at this point a mini-oven, should be able to roast, broil , bake and even keep food warm. It needs to be able to fit more than a pizza and its controls must be variable enough that a chef feels as though they have enough control that it allows for creativity within the kitchen.
And that's why The Brava is such a vexing product to me. And I mean that in the most humbling of ways. Call it a form of flattery through a side serving of negativity. But keep reading and you'll learn why.
The Brava is No Ordinary Toaster Oven
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