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Gone are the days where one stresses over what quick meal to prepare for dinner after a long day at work, with LG’s SolarDom you can save both time and energy.

Cooking is one of the most overlooked ways in which we can be energy efficient in our daily lives. By simply choosing the most energy efficient ways to cook, you can save anything from 4% and up in electricity.

Some of the ways in which you can be energy efficient when it comes to making the most of your oven is to cook in batches. This lets you make full use of all that space and heat. Keep the oven door closed at all times so you don’t lose heat from opening the door to check on the progress of your food. It’s also important to keep the glass of the oven door clean. That way, you’re able to look in on the food rather without having to open the door.

A microwave oven is by far one of the most energy efficient ways to cook, which is why LG’s SolarDOM is a great purchase for any kitchen. It comes equipped with a Charcoal Lighting Heater, which enables food to absorb heat faster and deeper. The result is food that is brown and crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. The SolarDOM is also able to save up to 30% on time and 20% on energy thanks to its “No Preheating” process.

With its Bottom Grill, the SolarDOM provides you with the same quality as that of an oven. That’s because, unlike other conventional convection products, it provides heat from both the back and the bottom. The SolarDOM’s unique Round Cavity is able to concentrate energy directly on food, distributing heat evenly.

By applying these simple tips to your daily cooking routine, while investing in appliances such as the LG SolarDOM, you’ll save energy and cut back on your monthly utility spend.

About LG Electronics Middle East & Africa Regional Headquarters
LG Electronics Middle East & Africa (MEA) is the regional headquarters for LG Electronics based in Dubai responsible for the vast area from Western Sahara to Pakistan and from Turkey to South Africa. The MEA headquarters oversees operations in 23 countries comprised of 12 subsidiaries, 11 branch offices and 3 manufacturing facilities, covering sales across 35 countries. Employing more than 2,000 local workers, LG’s MEA headquarters is the hub for strategic governance of the company’s business in the region and provides support to country offices in the areas of marketing, human resources, training and procurement, among others. For more information about LG Electronics, please visit www.LGnewsroom.com

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