When should you turn off the oven?

An article on Google News that has caused quite a stir has suggested that the “right” time to turn off an oven is when it’s actually cooking and not when you’re preparing a meal.

 The article, titled, “When to turn the oven off, what to do when it starts to burn, and what to look out for when the oven starts to turn cold, has been shared thousands of times on social media.

It is being shared widely on various blogs and sites, including the Huffington Post, BuzzFeed, Mashable and The Verge.

The article reads: “The most important thing you can do in case of an emergency is to turn on the oven as soon as it is actually cooking.

“This will give you more time to get out of there as quickly as possible.

If you are at home, and you can’t reach the oven, then you need to go to a nearby gas station, store or restaurant, or go and cook food in the kitchen.

For those who are cooking food at home or have an open fridge, then it is best to turn it off.

There is nothing to be afraid of here, because it will only take a few seconds for the heat to go down to a safe temperature, and the smell will be gone.”

If I do it right, I will cook dinner right away, but it will be a disaster if I turn off my oven, the author writes. 

I’m not sure how many times I’ve turned on the stove to make dinner.

But if I do turn on it right away after I’ve put it in the oven to make sure everything is cooked, I’ll get some really good, juicy, delicious meat. 

The author then goes on to advise that if you’re going to turn your oven off at home and are worried about a fire happening, then take your time to prepare and cook.

He goes on: “If you don’t know what the situation is, or if you don, and don’t have a plan, you can get caught in a fire.

When you are cooking at home with the stove, take a look at the situation. 

You may not need to do this, but if you do, you may have to.”

I don’t think I’d recommend turning off your oven in this case.

My oven is set to turn in the dark. 

What’s your opinion?

Do you think this advice is right?

What do you think about cooking in an oven when the heat is going down to low?