9 things only AGA owners know to be true

Do you already own an Aga or do you dream of buying one? Either way, enjoy our interesting insights into living with Aga and why having a happy long-term relationship is one of the best decisions you can make.

1. Agas is a versatile mage…

Multitasking in laundry and kitchen

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Clothes to dry? Heating the house? cooking for dinner? Cold hands to warm and wet boots to dry? Your Aga is only one business day away! Not to mention it reduces ironing as it dries everything out… (hooray!)

2. They are better than regular ovens!

Oven and vegetable rack

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There is a myth that making agas is notoriously difficult to handle. In fact, they’re arguably easier and more convenient than conventional ovens, they’re just different, so be prepared to practice a little to become a master. Like cooking or grilling over an open flame, they taste great once you get used to them.

3. Aga is the heart of your home.

room with plates and cats

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Animals and people alike flock to her for warmth, hugs and chins in hot cups…which brings us to the next point…

4. You will never have to drink cold glasses again!

Kitchen with cupboards and cups

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Aga top will never let cups and full kettles get cold, keeping your tea or coffee as hot as possible. It’s also a great place to keep prepared sauces and marinades hot and ready…

5. Agay has his own personality.

room with a small table and drawers

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We are serious! There was something warm and friendly in Agas’ comforting cry as the heat passed through the oven, and he nudged gently as the pot boiled on the stove. Before you know it, you’ve named him Shelia, and he’s going to be part of the family.

6. You save money on central heating.

Central heating of rooms and people

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They heat your house from the kitchen, so you don’t have to turn on the heat in the winter like someone who doesn’t have AGA. They’re also great if you’re at home all day and keeping central heating a breeze.

7. They make the best toast

Spoon and toaster on brick wall

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Get out the toaster! Toast baked at Aga doesn’t taste better. Be careful though: it can go from crispy to charred quickly, so keep an eye on it.

8. They are more convenient than people think!

woman cooking

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Most Agas are always on (though some have timers and can be turned on or off), which means they’re ready to use and don’t need to be heated, so hungry gadget (or gentlemen) husbands! ) they can cook in minutes. Better yet, have some cake in the fridge in the morning and have it ready when you get home at night.

9. Aga’s cooked food is simply the best

Brick Wall and Slab

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If you haven’t eaten food made in Aga before, you haven’t lived! Since you use r

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