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July 10, 2013

The NuWave Oven – An Advancement in Cooking Technology

NuWave Oven as seen on tv

Lately I have been researching new products that will make cooking a lot easier. Cooking is hard enough as it is; you have to heat up the oven, thaw your food, wait many hours for the food to finish cooking, etc. Taking so much time out of my day in order to cook a healthy meal is really inconvenient, and fast food just seems more and more appealing when I think about all of the trouble that I have to go through to have a healthy meal. However, I know how bad fast food is for the human body, so I want to avoid it without going through the hassle of cooking healthy things. This is when I started to conduct my own research on kitchen appliances that will get rid of all of my problems. I have actually run into a product that seems promising due to the many good reviews that customers have given it, and I looked further into it to get more information about it. It is called the NuWave Oven, and below you will find all of the helpful information that I have gathered about it over the past few days. Hopefully it will help you learn more about the NuWave Oven, and whether or not it is right for you!

NuWave As Seen on Tv


The Purpose of the NuWave Oven

The NuWave Oven, according to the maker, was made to make cooking for the family easier, faster, and healthier. It is a small device (maybe the size of a microwave) in which you put your food into, set a timer, and wait. It is literally a small oven, except it cooks faster with the advanced technology that it has been equipped with. Usually when you cook meat, you have to wait for it to thaw out before putting it into the oven to cook. This can take a lot of extra time, but the NuWave Oven is supposed to be able to cook even frozen meats. It cooks things so fast that some things that had to be in the oven for hours now only have to be cooked for a few minutes. This is because it uses the technology of three different ovens, conduction, convection, and infrared. The conduction produces heat for the food, while the convection technology blows around the heat so that all of the food is heated up equally. The infrared involves using heat rays that penetrate the food, and go through it as well as around it. Normal conduction ovens only have heat that surrounds the food rather than penetrates it. Not only can you place meats into the NuWave, but vegetables and other food items can be cooked along with it at the same time. The overall purpose of the NuWave Oven is to offer people a way to eat healthier in a more convenient fashion.

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Customer Reviews

I have found that customers have been generally really happy with the NuWave Oven. One customer said:


“This is my second Nuwave. I use it constantly. It does everything a conventional oven will do, only better, faster, and with substantially less electricity. Items I would once use a microwave to prepare because of the time savings, I now regularly prepare in the Nuwave Oven.”


This customer clearly likes the NuWave, especially since this is his second one. Another customer said:


“The day it came I couldn’t resist – I pulled a frozen solid tri-tip from our chest freezer and threw it in. It was DONE and fabulous in ONE HOUR! Last night I tried another tri-tip, but this time a fresh one. Again, done in record time and so juicy and wonderful my family raved. My husband HATES that I buy “gadgets”, but THIS one he loves! We’re ready to expand our repertoire now, and move on to mixed food preparation. I can’t see how ANYONE would regret buying this little oven. A huge meal will easily fit inside it – it doesn’t heat up the house (but you can smell the wonderful food cooking) – and it is FAST and the meats stay very juicy. I’m hooked!”


This customer was also clearly satisfied. The majority of the reviews I have found all rave about the NuWave Oven, which is a very good sign for the product. However, some customers did complain about a small detail concerning the NuWave Oven.


The Drawback

Some customers have complained that the NuWave is completely air tight, which means that no moisture can escape or enter while the food it cooking. Some customers did not like this because they could not make their food “crispy.” However, the customers did say that when cooking meats, this is a plus because it makes the meat moist and juicy. So, this is a drawback if you want to cook only super crispy foods.


The Verdict

NuWave As Seen On Tv

NuWave Official Site


Overall, the NuWave Oven seems like a very reliable kitchen appliance that will make cooking much easier. If you are interested, then you should check out the official NuWave Oven website. There, you can purchase it for three payments of $40.00, and the company throws in a few extra gifts, such as a blender and a cookbook. I recommend buying from the official site, since you do not want to purchase a copycat oven that will not produce the same results. Hopefully this informational article helps you out, and let us know if the NuWave Oven works for you!

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About the Author

Philip Duke
Philip Duke has a passion for music. Most folks know at least one person like Philip who is always found wearing headphones or ear buds listening to music. You name an obscure band and this person will know all about them. You wonder how a music technique works and this person knows. There’s a tune in your head, but you can’t remember the singer or the name of the song. This person will know the singer, the name of the song, the date it was released, and where you can still find a download of the music. Yep, that guy is Philip. Experienced in listening is one thing, but Philip also has years of experience on the other side as well, and is an accomplished musician in his own right. He enjoys sharing his knowledge of various music scenes, and venues he’s experienced for himself with others, and enjoys writing on all aspects of music. The place you will find Philip? Out about enjoying music whether it’s at a small bar listening to a new group just starting out, and at a concert enjoying a favorite mega-artist with thousands of other fans. What he thinks of the music he hears you can be sure he’ll share it with you on his blog.


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