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rv-pro.com December 2019 • RV PRO • 43 With its convection feature, the Omnia is similar to a Dutch oven, but without the mess. "Unlike a Dutch oven where you use charcoal, there is no installation, no preparation. You have a gas stove and Omnia Oven and you put it there and you can be outside or inside cooking. It's easy to clean and easy to store. It only weighs a pound," says Lunden. The Omnia is the primary product, but there are accessories available to use with it, including a silicone mold that makes a non-stick surface and is easier to dishwash than the traditional pan, as well as a small recipe book, which Lunden says has a Swedish bent to it. There also is a baking rack for breads, fries and fish among other foods. The newest accessory offering is the Omnia-shaped silicone muffin tray with six holes for muffins. PHOTOS COURTESY OF OMNIA SWEDEN/ KOALA MARKETING U.S. One of the advantages of the Omnia stovetop oven is that it can be used in all kinds of situations, including RVing and camping. Additionally, the Omnia can cook all types of foods, including pizza, bread, casseroles, French fries, cakes and other desserts.

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