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Old 07-09-2009, 11:48 AM   #11
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thanks for the replies.....im sort of excited to use it, mostly because i never have before, but i just know that gas is hard to beat (though my old gas burner wasn't exactly top of the line)....whats good is that the stove is brand new, and most of our cookware was bought in october and of decent quality (emeril-ware, made by all-clad), so flatness shouldnt be an issue....though i do worry about my wok - woking properly is tough in any residential kitchen, and i dont think this stove will make it easier

i guess cleaning and heat management will take some getting used to

i wish i knew what brand/model it was

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