ready in 10 minutes. you can watch it cook and inspect bottom without losing heat. no worry about burning off vocs, getting smoky flavored pizza. I can keep some homemade cold-rise sourdoughs in the fridge and we can be eating pizza within an hour of wanting pizza. The only reason it takes that long is I like the dough to get closer to room temp before I start working it.
after cooking pizza a TON on the egg...this is truly a joy to use.
For the life of me, I can think of a downside. Got the Lowes sale and it was cheap for what it is.
couple hints. remember to turn the motor off before loading and unloading the pies. makes it much easier. but EQUALLY important, remember to turn the motor back on before heading into the house to prepare another pie. I ended up having to wait about 5 minutes last night because I left the motor off and was inside for about 7 minutes and I got a 750 degree spot and the rest was 450.
My 10-year-old daughter was diagnosed type 1 in April. Your sugar levels would be in the 300s or higher. You would be waking up to pee multiple times a night, be guzzling water, cranky, lethargic etc.
You should see a doctor and run some test to see if you are pre-diabetic for type 2. You may be able to reverse course with exercise and diet and monitoring of your sugar levels...but without a baseline, you know nothing.