Nice-Ferret-3067:

Yes, my kitchen needs cleaned. That mac and cheese is fire though. Still on my to-do to paint the interior space where the oven was black also.

Partner has baked in it quite a bit, no burning. Toast is cool, as is the air fryer. Used the temp probe on some steaks.

JBeazle:

Yeah the nuwave is mind blowing on a lifepo4 battery. How many ah you have?

codepoet82:

I haven’t gone so far as packing along a toaster oven, since I’ve still got a factory convection/microwave oven, but the induction burner was one of my best upgrades after adding lithium batteries. It’s so much faster than the propane stove it’s kind of amazing.

PeterVonwolfentazer:

Our sticks and bricks has a ninja flip style and an induction cooktop. Very happy with both. The ninja saves 20 minutes over our $2500 built in double oven.

TemporaryIllusions:

I have been saying this to my husband for the longest time! Personally I would go the Breville Smart Oven but the Furion oven we have is that only in name. It’s an upside down broiler and I hate it!

Hambulance:

We have that same induction burner and absolutely love it. I find I don’t even need to go higher than 900W, the mid-range setting.

Source: PSA: Ninja Foodi oven works a treat to replace the propane stove. Pair it with an induction cooktop and you’ll have boiled water very quickly. I have a large lithium bank onboard, so YMMV if boondocking, but I absolutely love it!

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