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    Go for it.

    I am going to install a pro kitchen wok burner in my home someday, because one can never have enough firepower.

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    Just emailed the company about the availability of their top end model theyre out of stock atm. About having one in a home kitchen... I wouldn't care if I lived in a shack as long as it could support a good hood vent system and commercial style kitchen seeing as that's where I spend most of my time even on my days off.

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    I'm so jealous...wish I had an awesome setup like this outside!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    I just came across this company, they've got some nice looking stuff.

    http://www.auscrown.com/page/shop/br...y/e/wokburners
    I have used these types of burners and they are alot of fun to cook with...It always amazes me how fast they can boil water.

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    So a little update... Had to order a wok because I couldn't find one locally but got one in and it is a beauty. Here she is as new fresh out of the box.



    and after a good scrub down and grape seed oil seasoning session.




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    she's a beauty
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    Looks good, do you have a wok burner yet?

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    I've got one on the way. It's from fleebay. The burner itself looks great ( claimed 100k btu max ) but I think I'll probably be changing out the fittings.

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    Where did you get the wok?

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