Re: Electric stoves
From: Elizabeth Magill (
Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2016 18:49:30 -0700 (PDT)
Interesting. We can’t use our propane stove when the electric is out (won’t 
start if the exhaust isn’t running I believe). 

So we have a two burner electric plate that runs on the generator.

(The Rev.) Elizabeth M. Magill

> On Oct 11, 2016, at 8:47 PM, Rita Bullinger <ritabullinger [at]> 
> wrote:
> We, at Germantown Commons, Nashville, TN, chose a gas stove and one benefit — 
> besides gas being a better stove/oven for cooks/chefs — is that if your 
> electricity goes out, you’ll still have a heat and energy source for heating 
> water and food as well as keeping the common house warmer.
> We have a six burner stove in our smallish kitchen and it isn’t any harder to 
> clean and is incredibly efficient, i.e. you can control the flame so much 
> better than on an electric stove. Also great for baking. 
> Rita Bullinger
> Germantown Commons
> Nashville
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