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Special Functions

• KEEPING WARM
Keep the temperature constant inside the oven at 60ºC to heat the food through before eating it. It is
best to use the first level. Both the end and duration of the function can be set.
• DEFROST
To defrost food at room temperature. Leave the food in its packaging to prevent it drying out.
• DOUGH PROVING
Keep the temperature constant inside the oven: to leaven pasta, bread, pizza.
• DRIED FRUITS
To dry any kind of fruit. Use the dehydration rack, if provided among the Accessories, or a steel net
with small holes, positioned over the wire shelf provided, in order to allow the air flow and prevent
small pieces of food falling as it gradually reduces in size while drying out.
• DRIED VEGETABLES
To dry any kind of vegetable, for example in the preparation of preserves. Use the dehydration rack, if
provided among the Accessories, or a steel net with small holes, positioned over the wire shelf
provided, in order to allow the air flow and prevent small pieces of food falling as it gradually reduces in
size while drying out.
• DRIED MUSHROOMS
To dry mushrooms and preserve them for use over time. Use the dehydration rack, if provided among
the Accessories, or a steel net with small holes, positioned over the wire shelf provided, in order to
allow the air flow and prevent small pieces of food falling as it gradually reduces in size while drying out.
• YOGHURT
To prepare homemade yoghurt (see Recipes). It is best to use a ceramic dish with ceramic or tempered
glass lid, not a plastic one.
• SLOW MEAT
To delicately cook meat for the best results.
• SLOW COOKING FISH
To delicately cook fish for the best results.
• SABBATH
This is a function dedicated to the prolonged cooking of recipes (see Recipes).
N.B. It is best not to interrupt cooking that requires you to insert the food into a cold oven, or
an oven that is on a very low operating temperature as the oven will try to restart the cooking
from the beginning and will wait until the temperature in the oven has returned to room
temperature. If the cooking should be interrupted and you cannot wait for the oven to cool
down we advise that you should restart the cooking process using the static function and by
setting a suitable temperature (see the cooking table on page 8).
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