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Rubbermaid Commercial FGTHO550 Stainless Steel Oven Monitoring Thermometer
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- Oven thermometer that displays true oven temperature to assist in safe food preparation
- Made of durable stainless steel
- NSF-approved and its large, easy-to-read dial shows clearly marked temperatures, perfect for professional and home kitchens
- It hangs or stands for easy installation and has a lens that will not shatter
- Reads both Fahrenheit and Celsius. 2 inches long by 4.55 inches wide 0.15 pounds
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Rubbermaid Commercial Stainless Steel Oven Thermometer displays true oven temperature to help ensure safe and correct food preparation. The thermometer is made of stainless steel. It is NSF-approved and its large, easy-to-read dial shows clearly marked temperatures, perfect for professional and home kitchens. It hangs or stands for easy installation and has a lens that will not shatter. Reads both Fahrenheit and Celsius. 2 inches long by 4.55 inches wide 0.15 pounds.
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Short version, tech told me these spring based thermometers don't work well. I can't argue with what I saw. I've ordered the Taylor, available on Amazon and Ace Hardware. I suggest passing on this. Taylor was under $14.
Over the past year and a bit I've dabbled in bread making. Usually I'm pretty handy in the kitchen, and I know how to do my research. I buy all the right flour and yeast, gauge the humidity of the room when rising the dough, hide my sourdough starter in a spot under the bed where the dog and my missus can't find it, inevitably forget about the sourdough starter myself, discover it two months later when I flip the mattress, give up on the idea of sourdough and just make a regular white bread dough, and finally put the loaf in the oven to bake for the time specified in the recipe. After all that work, I end up with consistently cakey bread. It's no good for eating, but it's great for propping open the fridge door when I'm stacking it with groceries. It's like dwarf bread; I'm pretty sure there's a line in The Fellowship of the Rings where Sam complains about it.
Anyway, I decided to settle the debate: am I a crummy baker, or is my oven the culprit? So, I bought this thermometer. The result: my oven really does suck! When it beeps for 350F, the thermometer reads 300F. Goodbye, delicious chicken parmigiana; hello salmonella! Goodbye, carefully scheduled 7:30pm dinner; hello, 8:15pm apologies and wine on an empty stomach!
In honesty, I'm yet to try baking a loaf since buying this thermometer. But it is helping me to restore my faith in my own ability, like a private investigator who reassures you that you're not paranoid; yeah, sorry bud, your wife *is* cheating on you with her young co-worker, Steve. I can't divorce my oven, but I can keep it honest with this thermometer. Highly recommended.
The reason we bought this was because I grew suspicious about the temp on our oven. We moved recently, and the oven was in situ, and really new and expensive looking so we didn't want to replace it. But it just wouldn't cook stuff - a key task for an oven - at least not in the time we thought it would. And I am obsessive, perhaps compulsively so, about timing the different parts of a meal to come out at the same time. I hate keeping things warm, or - oh the horror - reheating them, and it was ghastly to time and again have to put stuff back in because it wasn't done, in the meantime everything else not cooked in the oven was spoiling on the side. Enough to give me indigestion.
So we bought this, threw it in and pre-heated. 20 degrees off! Who lived in this house before? Savages. Downloaded the PDF manual for the oven, fiddled with the settings and ran the pre-heat test again. The thermometer and oven were in sync and my life joined them again. Now things are cooked on time and meals are no longer ruined. All thanks to this wonderful, functional little thing.
Everyone should have one - test your oven, even if you think it's okay, and check it again every few months. Ovens can drift, and it's better to be safe than ruin your meals. Recommended.