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  1. Bee
    January 26, 2023 @ 12:59 am

    I never cared for hoods but my husband made us put one in. We have high ceilings and I rarely used it. Now feeling very guilty for not using it because my daughters room directly above reeks of gas and food fumes. She is also the one of 3 children with breathing problems. I don’t know if it’s connected but there are safety codes where we live… maybe for a good reason that is not immediately obvious

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  2. Barbara Piazza
    March 9, 2023 @ 12:08 am

    We cook – a lot. It’s the rare day when there isn’t simmering sauce on all day…or sautéing peppers…or simply cooking pancakes in ghee. I can be in the bath at the opposite end of our 24000 sq ft, and 3 minutes after the range is lit my husband hears a screeching “TURN THE FAN ON!!!!”. In our Texas house, with central air / heat, the odor is omnipresent…and why would I want my closet to smell like garlic and onions? Or my drapes / upholstery to gradually absorb odors from years of fabulous Italian cooking?

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