The best Dutch oven ovens are also the most expensive, according to a new study from a Dutch company.
The Dutch oven manufacturer Rokkor says the new ovens in its range are the most affordable in the world, but the company also found that the prices of the ovens used in the study were higher than the average.
It found that a standard Rokkit oven costs €7,500 ($9,200) when compared to the equivalent price for a standard oven in the US, the company said.
The US average for a full-size oven is around $5,000, and the Dutch average is around €3,600.
The study also found a range of ovens with different materials, such as aluminium, steel and wood, are more expensive.
Rokkar says the average price of a standard model is €7k ($8,500), but the average for an aluminium model is around £5,800 ($7,200).
This makes the average Dutch oven more expensive than other Dutch oven brands.
Rokskit’s Roktam ovens can cost up to €25,000.
The company says this is for a variety of reasons, including their ability to withstand heavy loads and to cook at temperatures as high as 800°C (2,000°F).
But the study found that Rokskit’s aluminium and steel models could cook the food for 10 hours, whereas steel models were only able to cook for 7 hours.
The average cooking time of the aluminium model in the Rokkus oven was 17 hours, while the steel model was 20 hours.
Rkkor’s new study also showed that aluminium models are cheaper than steel models in a range costing around €12,000 ($16,100).
It found aluminium models were also more expensive when compared with the comparable aluminium models used in European Union countries.
A Dutch-made oven manufacturer called Jura says the prices quoted by Rokkuks ovens is accurate and up to date.
The ovens have a number of different components, such a griddle, oven, lid and counter.
A single Jura oven, called a Jura, costs around €1,500.
Jura said the differences between different ovens was down to different materials used, but did not provide a reason for the differences.
Rakskor said aluminium and stainless steel are the two most popular types of oven for the Dutch oven industry.
But a Jurakat oven, or stainless steel oven, was the second most popular type of oven.
Juraks stainless steel models are the biggest selling type of European ovens, the Dutch company said, but aluminium and titanium are also popular.
In the Netherlands, aluminium is also the best known material for ovens.
The Netherlands is a member of the European Union, but it is not a member state of the EU.
ROKKOR’s Rokskats range of Dutch oven models includes two stainless steel model, which costs around £1,200, and aluminium models, which cost around £750.
RKS-DUOS was launched in 2012.
The UK’s National Health Service, which uses Roks-DUs, said the study did not make a clear comparison between Rokks and the other Dutch manufacturers.
It said it was important to remember that the number of oven units sold in the UK does not reflect the amount of oven use per oven, which is typically much lower.
But it said that the study could have been done in the absence of the UK government, which could have found the difference.
RUKS-DUKS, a unit of the German healthcare system, also sells a range, but this one is sold separately.
The Nuffield Foundation, which monitors the quality of foods and the food safety of food in the NHS, said it is concerned about the findings of the Rokskar study.
It warned that the health of people in the country has been badly damaged by the current climate.
The Rokskrates study was commissioned by the Nuffielding Foundation.
It looked at the cost of making a typical Dutch oven in two different ranges, the aluminium and the steel, and whether they were better than the similar aluminium models.
The aluminium range cost £1.5 million ($2.2 million), and the stainless steel range was £1 million ($1.8 million).
The study said that a stainless steel aluminium oven cost £8,300 ($10,000) when it was compared to £6,000 for the aluminium range, and £2,500 for the steel range.
However, the steel oven was only £1 in the aluminium-range, and was around £3,000 in the stainless-steel-range.
The survey found that some of the steel models had “substandard quality control” and were “not able to withstand the same load as the aluminium models”.
The study found a high level of quality control at Rokkwars factory in the Netherlands. “Rok