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Microwave Oven NN-GD692

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پیدا کردن ارزان ترین قیمت Microwave Oven NN-GD692 در میان فروشگاه های اینترنتی ایران، همچین می توانید نقد و بررسی Microwave Oven NN-GD692 و مقایسه با سایر محصولات مطالعه کنید، محصولات فروشگاه اروند کالا را با سایر فروشگاه های مقایسه کرده و از کد تخفیف استفاده کنید.

فروشگاه اروند کالا را در تیاندا می توانید بررسی کنید. در قسمت پروفایل فروشگاه اروند کالا، می توانید از تخفیف و حراج روزانه اروند کالا با خبر بشوید. همچنین کد تخفیف اروند کالا پیدا کنید و از کوپن تخفیف اروند کالا در خرید خود استفاده کنید.

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در اروندکالا تنوع بی نظیری از محصولات خوراکی ، بهداشت ، سلامتی و مراقبت از بدن ، آرایشی بهداشتی و بهداشت منزل وجود دارد. بسیار از برندها و محصولات موجود در اروندکالا به صورت کاملا انحصاری هستند و در هیچ یک از فروشگاه های دیگر قابل تهیه نیستند و شما به راحتی با چند کلیک میتوانید این محصولات را از فروشگاه اینترنتی اروندکالا خریداری نمایید.
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The June Oven's accessories are as smart as the rest of the oven, especially the nonstick roasting pan which comes free with the basic bundle. It's about as nonstick as nonstick gets. (I'm told it was designed by a NASA engineer.) When cooking bacon, skin-on chicken and other greasy, messy, sticky foods, it makes cleanup pain-free. The basic June bundle also includes the aforementioned thermometer, a simple wire shelf and a removable crumb tray that slides into the bottom.

The June has an HD camera that can identify certain foods once they are placed inside and recommend programs. It also allows you to watch food as it's cooking right from your phone. If you're a smart assistant user, June is compatible with Amazon's Alexa so you call out for the oven to preheat or stop cooking without getting off your keister or while you're chopping onions on the other side of the kitchen.

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I tried several and the roasted chicken over vegetables was one of the biggest winners. The thermometer kept tabs on the chicken while the program directed me when to add a layer of vegetables on the cooking tray under the racked chicken so the juices would drop down and season them. 

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At a recent launch event for the latest iteration of the June Oven, I learned that June's engineers had made significant updates to the oven. That, paired with a far more attractive entry-level price, signaled it might be time to revisit the sleek smart home device. I used the June Oven for more than a month cooking everything from ribeye steaks to hard-boiled eggs. 

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Conversely, when you put it in air fry mode, roast or another variation of a convection program, this oven cooked just as most ovens do and the use of metal roasting racks -- like the ones that come with the oven -- didn't elicit any sparks.

Snatch it up for a college kid or the RV since it's smallish and won't crowd the counter. The Galanz has all the basic functions of your modern microwave but looks a whole lot better than most. It ships for free and arrives after Christmas. You can buy it in other colors, but only the groovy aqua blue model is at the record-low price. 

Here's what I learned about the third-gen June Oven. 

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My oldest daughter currently lives in an apartment with a tiny kitchen and no room for a microwaves. Most people would balk at the idea of not having a microwave since they've become fixtures in pretty much every Western kitchen.

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A much better option is to pop the item in a toaster oven or your full-sized oven. Crisp foods will come out crisp and soft foods, like frozen breakfast sandwiches, won't end up a goopy mess.

Speaking of which, adding time to a cooking program can be a bit of a nuisance since it usually only allows for you to extend the cook one minute at a time. Otherwise, you have to stop the cook and restart it with a fresh cycle if you want to go longer. It's not the biggest inconvenience but it would be nice to have more manual control in those situations. 

The June did a nice job with my ribeye. 

What really makes June a true smart oven is that it's actually getting smarter, even after you take it home. Since this model was launched, several key cooking programs have been added or refined, albeit with varying levels of success. 

June's digital interface is a big boon for the pricey appliance. From the jump, it was super simple -- even fun -- to use. You can easily toggle through the various cooking methods and quickly drag the cursor to your desired temperature and cooking time. It's also big and bright so you can see things like the preheat temp and cooking countdown from across a room. 

The air fryer function isn't great. This air-fried chicken needed longer than the program called for.

There are lots of cooking programs to make full recipes and meals from start to finish but some proved more successful than others. Many of them engage different temps and methods throughout the course of cooking to deliver ideal results. A steak program, for instance -- one I found worked well -- has eight steps, changing heat and cooking method to get a good sear on the outside and desired temp on the inside.

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You can also add a few tablespoons of water to the dish and cover it with a microwave-safe lid or plastic wrap, or place a second dish on top. The extra water, contained, will create steam in the microwave and quickly revamp your dish. 

But if your kitchen, dorm, office, RV or anywhere else you make food doesn't have a microwave, or you just plain hate them, you'll be just fine. It's easy to reheat foods and cook up meals without nuking. 

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Last summer, I lived through a kitchen renovation, which meant my husband and I could only cook with a microwave. Now, in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, some of us are turning to these trusty countertop (or overhead) helpers for quick lunches during the work day and comforting late-night snacks.

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If you're looking for a fast way to add some style to a boring kitchen motif, the Galanz retro microwave is the way to go. It's funky and cool, and it's only $45 right now on Amazon. That's 50% off the list price and $5 cheaper than the previous low on Amazon.

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I've used this method when I forgot to defrost the turkey on Thanksgiving. It takes about 30 minutes per pound to completely defrost, but it's far better than a rubbery microwave-thawed turkey.

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The concept is confusing since microwaves famously can't cook with metal inside and convection ovens can't cook anything wrapped or sitting in plastic -- one of the microwave's few obvious advantages. But the Galanz had solid reviews and cost just $98. At that price, how could I not at least try the thing? 

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Another option that's quicker, but still preserves the food's quality, is cold water thawing. The USDA recommends putting the meat in a sealed zipper bag, then submerging it in a sink or bowl full of cold tap water. Small packages of meat (no more than one pound) should thaw in under an hour, while 3 to 4 pounds of meat may take up to 2 to 3 hours. Remember to change the water every 30 minutes.

I decided to run the test again and forgo the preset program. After 25 minutes on high (400 degrees F) the wings were darn-near perfect.

Unfortunately, the June can't air fry with the best of them and a few of the cooking programs are clunky, but most deliver. The June made a roast chicken, pork tenderloin, "grilled" ribeye steak, bacon, biscuits, bagels and veggies about as well as any other cooker I've used. I've gotten used to turning it on via Alexa and checking countdowns from another room.

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Some of the biggest reasons people purchase microwaves is because they think they need them to defrost foods or to quickly heat up leftovers or quick snacks. While the microwave may be fast, it's not so great when it comes to quality.

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June's built-in thermometer is accurate and lets you know when food is ready. 

The air fryer fried chicken program, on the other hand, didn't cook my coated chicken thighs long enough to get them truly crunchy and browned and so I had to adjust accordingly. A program to reheat a slice of pizza did an OK job, but it too could have used a few more minutes to crisp up my floppy day-old slice. 

One disappointing feature was the June Oven's air fryer function. This popular super-convection cooking method was not initially engineered in this iteration of June but rather added remotely to ovens -- and it shows. I found the air fryer weak compared to most others I've used. Part of this may be the relatively large cooking capacity, which usually translates to substandard results since air frying relies on hot convection air hitting food directly, hard and rapidly.

Wings riding high on the nonstick air fryer rack, ready to be cooked. 

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For example, if you're heating up dumplings from your Chinese takeout, steam them for a few minutes on the stove. 

The $98 Galanz microwave and air fryer proved itself a capable appliance that does the work of several.

One of the biggest differentiators between June and your standard countertop oven is that it's constantly improving even after you buy it. The June engineers are able to add cooking programs along with actual cooking methods. June Oven's founder Matt Van Horn told me that during the pandemic, when the bread-baking craze had taken hold, June added a proofing program for dough. The same goes for the aforementioned air fryer method, which was also added in post.

Defrosting in the microwave doesn't always produce the best results. For example, poultry defrosted in a microwave can come out rubbery. Red meats can change in texture, as well.

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My biggest shaking fist goes to the extra $10 monthly June owners are required to shell out in order to access the full library of recipes and cooking programs. The accessories are also expensive but some of them, especially the cast-iron grill grate, are worth the coin if you're already splurging. 

Another feature the camera allows for is to monitor your food remotely from your device. I used this feature sparingly and mostly during longer recipes like roast chicken. I didn't find that it improved the cooking experience very much.

The microwave is an essential appliance that makes life more convenient in many ways. Reheating leftovers for a tasty snack in mere seconds and consuming less energy than both gas burners and conventional ovens are just some of the perks of having a microwave right at your fingertips. 

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One of June's flashier features is the built-in camera. While it did successfully recognize a lot of the food I stuck inside -- bacon, biscuits, broccoli, chicken wings -- it missed about 25% of the time. This is a minor inconvenience that June engineers are likely improving on the back end. 

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This 4-pound chicken fit comfortably inside the June. The excellent roast chicken program employs heating elements that move around the bird to imitate a rotisserie oven.

Because no two frozen pizzas, chicken breasts, steaks, heads of broccoli or slices of bread are the same, it tracks that the June can't nail every program exactly on the first try. What's nice is that you can easily adjust and retrofit the programs, but it takes effort on your part.

To get premium access to all the programs and recipes you'll have to shell out an extra $10 per month, which is too expensive for what it is. If you spring for the $849 June Oven Plus bundle, you'll get access to the full library of recipes and cooking programs for one year. These include some created and uploaded by June users and others developed in partnership with Trader Joe's and Whole Foods using their products. 

There is no short supply of smart ovens in 2022. The $400 Suvie bills itself as a "kitchen robot" and sells preassembled meals that you can cook in it with one touch of a button. The Tovala Oven -- another one I've tried -- looks more like a conventional countertop oven but this brand also sells assembled meals engineered to be cooked in the oven with tailored programs that utilize convection and steam heat. It's normally $300 but you can nab it for $49 right now if you also order six weeks' worth of meals. 

The coffee maker can also toast. Take the pot off the heating plate and cover the plate with a square of aluminum foil. Bam! You have a griddle for one. Use your little griddle to toast sandwiches, heat hotdogs, make tiny pancakes, crisp toaster waffles, or even fry bacon.

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While it didn't prove to be an I-can't-live-without-it appliance, and many of the add-ons and accessories are frustratingly expensive, the June is as smart as it claims to be -- with user-friendly and futuristic features alongside nifty smart home integrations that make it feel worth the big price. That is, if you've got the extra dough laying around to splurge. 

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While some programs are added, others get tweaked. Take bacon, for example. There was originally just one program to cook bacon but it didn't account for multiple slices. Users were reporting negative results via the June app for burnt or underdone bacon. Now, there are 64 programs to nail the number of slices you want, and they work well enough (see evidence below).

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Chicken wings have a lot of fat and generally make a pretty big mess when you cook them in a smaller oven. After 30 minutes of air frying, a decent amount of grease dripped down to the easy-clean circular glass tray below but almost none splattered on the sides or ceiling of the oven. What did splatter, I wiped away easily with a warm sponge.

I put 8 ounces of water in two coffee mugs and microwaved on high for 2 minutes, then tested both with a thermocouple thermometer. Each mug of water rose to an identical 142 degrees F. 

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You can also steam vegetables in a coffee maker. Grab a filter and fill it with whatever vegetables you want to steam. You'll want to cut up thicker vegetables like carrots or squash. Put the filter in the coffee maker where it usually goes. The filter compartment must be closed for this to work. Then, let the coffee maker run like it's making coffee. When it's done, you'll have steamed veggies.

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While it cooks, watch for excessive steam and listen for too much crackling. If you're microwaving for multiple minutes, stop in the middle and stir things up. This will help the food heat evenly. 

The built-in thermometer was my favorite feature

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For the uninitiated, the June is a 12-in-1 smart convection oven with a whole bunch of bells and whistles that aim to make cooking a smarter, more seamless experience. The oven's cooking methods include toasting, roasting, broiling, baking, proofing, dehydrating, grilling (yes, grilling), air frying and a few more.

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Aluminum foil is another no-no. The thin sheets of metal can overheat rapidly and even ignite.

With this feature, there's no more stabbing at the food constantly with a manual model. The June's thermometer was even more consistent than some other smart thermometers I've used including Meater and Yummly. Those will cost you around $100 alone. 

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The better option is to leave the meat in the fridge overnight to defrost. If you're defrosting a lot of meat, refrigerate it 24 hours for every pound (16 ounces) of meat. This will mean planning your meals ahead of time, but your dishes will taste so much better.

The bottom line: This smart oven lives up to its billing, but it does cost a pretty penny even with the reduction from its gulp-inducing launch price. The June interface is one of the best user experiences I've had with any kitchen appliance, not just ovens, and the built-in thermometer makes cooking certain foods far more stress-free. 

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Metal pans should not be used in a microwave. The microwaves that pass through the safe containers are reflected off of these materials. That can cause damage to your microwave and ruin your food. Check the bottom of the container and your microwave's instructions to decide which items are safe for your model.

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It took a while, but my hotdog got nice and warm.

If you live in a dorm or tiny apartment without a microwave or an oven, you can still get quick meals without resorting to fast food. With a bit of ingenuity you can cook meals for yourself using two small appliances that can fit in any size kitchen.

A 30-minute session cooking chicken wings left pools of grease on the easy-clean glass tray, but very little splatter on the walls of the oven. 

But at just $98, this combination device is an excellent value considering all it does and how well it is cooked a few of my air fryer favorites. If I were in the market for a new microwave, I can't think of a reason not to get one that also does everything else the Galanz does. If you're a serial host, think of it as an extra oven to make that pesky side of potatoes or holiday stuffing when it comes down to crunch time. 

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But those constant beeps — you know the ones — are grating and one of the main drawbacks to having a microwave. 

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June sports a built-in thermometer to monitor the internal temps of meat and fish. The oven is engineered with hundreds of cooking programs with various steps and stages meant to deliver the best possible results on a number of popular foods and dishes. The oven is Wi-Fi connected so you can track said cooking programs and their progress from your smart device. You can also preheat or halt cooking from another location. 

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Clean out the pot after your morning brew and fill the tank with water, as if you were going to make coffee again. Just don't add the coffee. The water in the tank will heat up and make its way into the carafe. Once the hot water is ready, use it to make foods like ramen, cup of soup or boxed macaroni and cheese like you normally would.

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Slow cookers let you make entire meals without much effort. They can cook while you're at work or running errands and, if used properly, the food will come out perfectly. CNET's choice for best slow cooker is the Hamilton Beach Set 'n Forget. Electric kettles, like the Cuisinart PerfecTemp Cordless Electric Kettle can be used to heat up water for tea, coffee, ramen and other foods. Make sure to look for one that has a warming feature to keep water hot for when you need it.

My uses for a microwave have dwindled over the years. One of the big shifts is an air fryer usurping many of its responsibilities. If I want to quickly reheat solid foods like meat and veggies, an air fryer does the job better, more evenly and just as quickly. I still call on the microwave for zapping semi-solids like mashed potatoes and beans, to soften butter or defrost frozen food in a pinch. (Letting it defrost on the counter will always be the best option if you can remember to take it out, though.) But while the air fryer is useful, there are still some good reasons to keep the microwave around. That's why a sleek $98 Galanz hybrid oven that combines the powers of the microwave, air fryer and convection oven caught my attention. 

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For $600, you're probably hoping this smart oven does a lot of the thinking for you. Well, it does... and it doesn't. 

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When cooking or reheating food in the microwave, make sure it's arranged so that it heats evenly. A big mound of mac and cheese or mashed potatoes is likely to have a cool center. Arranging foods in a single layer helps the heat distribute more evenly. 

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Now remember, the heating plate won't get as hot as a stove, so it will take longer to heat stuff up. For example, it took me about 5 minutes to heat up a hot dog.

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Defrost, Reheat and even the popcorn button are helpful microwave features that can quickly ruin food if not monitored. If you're using one of these special functions, it's important to keep an eye and ear on your food.

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There aren't a ton of microwave-air fryers out there which usually tells you all you need to know. I'll be honest, I had low expectations for this small kitchen appliance, but in a series of tests of the microwave and convection modes, I discovered that it manages to do a bunch of different types of cooking at least competently or better. If you're looking for a new microwave or need to replace an older model, I say get one that can do all that the Galanz can.

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I'm not a stickler for a fancy or powerful microwave. I use mine sparingly and for very straightforward heating and defrosting tasks but I wanted to make sure the Galanz could perform the basic duties. I ran several tests side by side with my existing KitchenAid microwave. 

Then there's reheating. Reheating in the microwave can make foods dry, because it heats food rapidly which allows any water molecules in your dish to vaporize. The best way to warm foods is by heating them the same way they were cooked.

The cooking program and built-in thermometer worked in concert to nail this pork tenderloin, without much effort on my part. 

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Yes. I immediately ran simple tests to make sure there wasn't some fancy or misleading marketing jargon. When you set it on the microwave function, the Galanz cooks foods and liquids to extremely high temps but without melting plastic. That's a clear indicator that electromagnetic waves (aka microwaves) are at work.

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An example is a batch of Mason Dixie biscuits I made (side note: if you haven't tried them, they're amazing). During the first attempt, June recognized them as biscuits (a good start) and suggested a cooking program. When the program ended the biscuits were visibly underdone, so I continued cooking them (in those annoying one-minute increments) and then hit "finished cooking" when I felt they were. While the initial program wasn't perfect, the next time I stuck biscuits in June remembered the adjustments and had them logged as my new biscuit baking program. Pretty smart stuff. 

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To steam on the stove or hot plate, put the food in a metal colander or steaming basket. Add a few inches of water to a pot that's large enough to fit the colander or basket completely inside. Place your colander with food inside the pot, being sure the food isn't sitting in the water. Cover your pot, turn on the heat and allow the water to come to a simmer. Let it steam for a few minutes, or until heated through.

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I've become hooked on making oil-free air fryer fried chicken so I ran a test with my trusty recipe in the Galanz oven. I made the very same chicken in my solo air fryer to compare. After coating the skin-on chicken thighs in egg and seasoned flour, I placed them on the air fryer rack and cooked them at 375 degrees for 25 minutes. The chicken that emerged from the Galanz was excellent -- crispy on the outside and juicy inside. The solo air fryer got the chicken skin just a slight hue darker but I imagine another minute or two of cooking and the Galanz would be right there with it.

If you're in the "I hate microwaves" crowd, there are plenty of other countertop appliances that can reheat or cook food. We've touched on a few, but here's a little more information to help you choose:

Smaller ovens generally preheat faster than large ovens, and June is among the fastest. The oven preheats to 350 degrees F in a hasty 8 minutes. My large oven takes closer to 16. This is not only time-saving and convenient, but energy-saving too. It'll also alert your smartphone when it's ready in case you've drifted to another part of the house.

If you polled people on what food made them spring for an air fryer, you'd probably hear "chicken wings" more than any other. Wings are difficult to get right in a big convection oven and deep-frying at home is a very messy business. I cooked six medium chicken wings and used the oven's preset wing program. After the 30-minute cook time (temperature is not disclosed when you use a preset program), the wings came out nearly as crispy as in the test using our top-rated solo air fryers. 

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Another practical example is tortillas. Initially, Van Horn explained, the June Oven had no targeted program for warming tortillas. Because they're able to collect data through the built-in cameras and connected app, they saw June owners were warming corn and flour tortillas in the June and often burning them (not hard to do). The team got to work and added a tortilla-warming program that recognizes the food and heats it to desirable doneness.

Breville makes the $400 Smart Oven Air and a similar model with no air fryer function for $270. While I really like the oven and it has about as large a capacity as the June, calling it a smart oven is a stretch. There's no connectivity to an app or smart home hub and it doesn't have intricate one-button cooking programs like most other smart ovens. Brava is another smart oven startup. We have yet to test this one but it is the most expensive countertop smart oven of the lot, starting at around $1,300.

For a less intense reheating in your microwave, try lowering your microwave's power settings. Many microwaves have power levels ranging from 1 to 10 or from 10% to 100%. Somewhere around 60% is a good place to start for a gentler approach.

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If you've already got a microwave you like and are just looking for a good countertop toaster or air fryer, I might point you to our list of best air fryers since they generally cost less, take up less counter space and are light enough that you can move them in and out of cabinets or down from atop the fridge. I should also mention that I haver limited personal experience with the Galanz brand, so it's tough to predict how this oven will hold up over time. 

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Making bacon in the June Oven was as easy and mess-free as any other method I've tried. 

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If what you're making is traditionally cooked in water or steamed, like pasta, rice or vegetables, adding extra moisture can keep the dish tasting fresh. Cover the dish (or wrap the food, like that bread roll) with a damp paper towel or hand towel. 

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Fries are a popular air fryer food so I stuck a handful of Alexia garlic frozen fries on the air fryer rack, set the air fryer on 400 degrees F and cooked them for 8 minutes. When the timer dinged, the fries inside were cooked through and crispy but not quite browned enough for me. I gave them 3 more minutes and they were golden-brown perfection.

Next, I cooked an Amy's frozen dinner (saag paneer with rice) for the amount of time instructed on the box. Both microwaves cooked the food to a very similar temperature and doneness. At this point, it was obvious the microwave function was on par with other leading (and much more expensive) microwaves.  

Galanz air fryer and microwave

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This impressive oven does all the work of a microwave but it also has formidable convection power to air fry roast, toast and bake. Another advantage this oven has oven standard air fryers is a rotating glass tray which promotes even cooking. I have yet to come across another air fryer that spins food while it cooks.

This was as good a sign as any that the air fryer function was plenty powerful if not just slightly less powerful than a top-shelf solo air fryer. 

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Most other foods you'd normally heat up in the microwave will taste better if reheated in an oven (or toaster oven) or on the stove. Casseroles, roast or fried chicken, fries, and pizza should go in an oven set to 350 degrees Fahrenheit (177 degrees Celsius). Leftover pasta or fried rice can be reheated over medium heat for a few minutes in a skillet on the stove.

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I half expected the plastic around this frozen dinner to be melted when I opened the door but the microwave function works as advertised. 

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I also cooked six frozen dumplings with just a light coating of oil on air fry at 400 degrees checking them every so often. They turned out crispy and delicious in just 8 minutes.

To get the oven with a full slate of toys -- including the cast-iron grill pan, pizza peel, air fryer baskets, extra nonstick tray and roasting rack -- it'll run you $1,000. Spoiler alert: You probably won't need all those, especially the duplicate trays and pans. A better option would be to buy only the accessories you want since they can be purchased individually. They're also not particularly cheap, ranging from $29 to $129. 

If you're concerned about how well leftovers will reheat, be sure to store them well in the first place. Tightly wrap or contain foods you store in the refrigerator to keep moisture as locked in as possible. (Here's how you can help keep food items fresh in your fridge even before you cook them.) 

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This extra cost feels like a hard one to swallow after shelling out $600 for a small appliance. It is worth noting that recipes and programs are being added and refined all the time. 

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The biggest problem with cooking quick food items in the microwave is that it can't brown. This can make frozen foods, like pizza pockets or breakfast sandwiches, limp or soggy. 

Any time you use a microwave, it's important to use microwave-safe containers. Most paper, glass and ceramic containers are safe to use in microwave ovens, since the actual microwaves pass through them. Some plastic containers are microwave-safe, but many will melt and shouldn't be used. 

The Galanz produced two excellent pieces of air-fried chicken (right) in 25 minutes, if not just slightly less browed than the single piece I cooked in a solo air fryer (left). 

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If you cook lots of roast chicken and pork loins, you know how anxiety-inducing it can be to determine when the food is done. June's built-in thermometer keeps tabs on internal temps for any meat or fish you stick in it. I found it worked exceptionally well. Pork tenderloin is one of those foods that when you go even a few minutes too long, jumps from tender to leather. June nailed the cooking time and temp (see image below) on the one I made. The thermometer worked just as well on thick filets of salmon, steak and my whole roasted chicken. 

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There was some uneven browning but my dumplings turned out crispy and delicious in just 8 minutes of air frying.

To test the roast function, I cooked half a head of broccoli cut into florets at 400 degrees F for 17 minutes, just as I would in my oven. They came out as I'd hoped: cooked through but still retaining a snap and a bit of browning on the edges.

You don't need a steamer. You can steam veggies and other foods in the microwave. Simply cut them up to less than an inch thick, put them in a ceramic bowl, add 2 to 3 tablespoons of water and place a ceramic plate over the top of the bowl like a lid. Microwave on high for 3 to 4 minutes.

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This is one of the newer additions to the June accessory line and it doesn't come with the standard bundle. The cast-iron grill plate fits snugly over the bottom burners so it gets screaming hot. Steak and burger programs instruct you to wait for the cast iron to come to temp and then sear the meat, flipping it after a few minutes to sear the other side. The thermometer is also employed to ensure a perfect internal temp (see below).

If you're reheating different types of food, heat them according to their specific needs. A piece of bread like a bun or roll won't need as much time as something denser like meat or a thick side item, though you might want to slice that roll in half if you want it to warm evenly.   

When CNET first reviewed the June Smart Oven back in 2018, it cost an unholy $1,300. If the intelligent appliance could fold laundry and drop the kids off at soccer, it still might not have been worth that price. The third generation of the June Oven is down to a more approachable -- though still very expensive -- $600. (It'll cost more if you want all the accessories and access to a full library of recipes, though.)

One of my favorite waffle iron recipes is the giant tater tot. Place eight to 10 slightly thawed tots on a greased waffle iron and smash the two sides of the appliance together. Lock it for two to three cycles (a cycle is when the ready light turns on and then turns off). Then, use a fork to remove the tot from the waffle iron. It will be crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside.

The cast-iron grill pan works to sear the outside of a steak while the oven cooks it to the proper doneness. 

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Don't get me wrong. Microwaves are great. They're fast and space-saving and there are plenty of healthy food options a microwave can handle. Still, they aren't perfect. Reheating leftovers or making dishes in the microwave can result in dry, rubbery or flavorless food. Here are a few ways to avoid microwave mishaps and keep your food tasting fresh.

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If you're like most people, the most common jobs you'll ask of your countertop oven is toasting bread and bagels or heating foods. June has presets for bagels and toast aimed at hitting your desired shade. It even discerns between wheat and white toast. As with every single other toaster oven I've used, these are never going to be exact and you'll have to learn what setting gets you to your doneness. Despite loads of research into the cooking programs, factors like bread density and slice thickness are impossible to account for. That said, the June gets about as close as any other smart oven or toaster oven I've tried. 

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If you're working with a food that needs to be crispy (think fries, egg rolls or fried foods), skip the microwave and use a toaster oven or the broiler function on your full-size oven. There's really no good way to reheat crispy foods in a microwave. You'll get a soggy mess every time.

Rice cookers are a must if you cook a lot of rice. Every batch turns out perfectly and you don't need to babysit it. Here's how rice cookers work.  

Next time you get ready to throw that meat-and-three plate in the microwave, take a little extra time to try these tips. You might be surprised what a difference it can make. For more ingenious cooking tricks, check out out these five tips for better BBQ, the best way to cook Instant Pot rice and how to start cooking healthy meals at home.

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