[CnD] question from a new member about accessible cooking device?

Teresa Mullen teresamullen07 at gmail.com
Sun May 14 15:51:12 EDT 2017


I've always wanted one of those, I have seen that on TV.are they very expensive?

Teresa Sanchez sent from my iPhone

> On May 13, 2017, at 1:14 PM, Jude DaShiell via Cookinginthedark <cookinginthedark at acbradio.org> wrote:
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> I have a nuwave oven and use it regularly with no trouble. I am totally blind from birth so never had sight. When you plug the oven in once it's assembled, the oven beeps to let you know you plugged it into current. After that each time you hit a button on the oven you hear a beep. The buttons are raised a little and feel like rounded domes on the top of the heating unit. Top right button is start and bottom right button is stop. One column left from top to bottom you have cook timer and reheat. The next three columns are like a phone pad with 0 bottom center column. Right of column with 0 in it are 3, 6, 9, from top to bottom. The 0 column from top to bottom is 2, 5, 8, 0. The column all the way to the left is 1, 4, and 7.  The number buttons work on basis of minutes not seconds or hours. Each button once pressed not only beeps the button springs back to original position. So when you want to reheat something the reheat runs for 4 minutes and you hit reheat then hit start. I
> f you wa
> nt to cook something say for 7 minutes, you hit cook then 7 then start. That's a very good oven and the extra equipment you get with it in terms of the blender is a Hobart Blender. Hobart is the industrial arm of Kitchen Aid and I was told by someone who worked in the food industry for five years Hobart is most highly valued for what it produces by the professionals in the industry since that's the best equipment on the market.
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> On May 13, 2017 at 2:02 PM, Lisa P. Geibel via Cookinginthedark <cookinginthedark at acbradio.org> wrote:
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> Hi, 
> I just joined this list and have a question about the New Wave oven? I'm 
> told it's nice, but the person I heard about it from can't tell me how 
> accessible it is? If anyone here has one or knows anything about it, 
> please reply or message me privately? Thanks. I'm asking about this as 
> our trusty work horse of an old microwave died finally, we bought a new 
> one, which would have been accessible had it worked and are just looking 
> into options. Right now, they are these as a possibility, the Magic Chef 
> talking microwave and my best girlfriend's boyfriend found a braille one 
> somewhere. Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated? It's 
> going to be a hard search as we need this to be able to hold a gallon 
> tall container or a gallon wide container and I think they're making 
> them all fairly small these days? Thanks. 
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