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This is an electric convection oven

Stupid question of the day.... I want to roast/cook a brisket roast like I always have -- covered w/ aluminum foil with holes punched in the top. I haven't tried it but want to be sure that I won't mess up the convection part of the oven. I've never used convection cooking and have read and reread the owners man. but no where does it say it is ok to use al. foil when cooking on regular "cook" not convection. Am I making this too hard; can I do this?

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Re: This is an electric convection oven

I am by no means an expert, but I believe the only thing differenty in a convection oven vs a regular oven is that there is a fan to conduct the heat quicker and more evenly. It has to do with heat tranfer rate. I can't imagine why aluminum foil would cause any problem.

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