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Old 12-14-2014, 05:01 AM   #29
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cooks just like i'm home! cause I am home lol we've always had gas stoves.
I like that.. Grew up with propane stoves,, When I got my own house it was Natural Gas, Wife wanted me to get an electric but I refused... 30 years later (giver or take a few) when her mother (who had an electric) died, we were over there clearing out the house when she tried to make lunch on the electric... She was begging for Gas.. Cause Gas is so, so much better.

For Baking, does not much matter, but for the cooktop, GAS RULES.
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In the Fall and Spring a few times, NEVER in the summer for us, heats the coach up way too much!
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We purchased a used 97 Bounder and my DW loves using the oven. She has made home cooked meals every time we go out.
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