Now that my power meter is in the kitchen, I'll be accumulating measurements for various devices. The latest list is:
- Bread Maker - 0.32 KWh per loaf (1.5 - 2.0 lb loaf, no special settings)
- Slow Cooker - 1.25 KWh per meal (this will vary between 1.0 and 2.0 depending on hours cooking)
- Quinoa in Rice Cooker - 0.25 KWh for 3 cups cooked. (I'm assuming more food will consume more power, but I rarely make more than 4 cups at any one time.)
I can only measure things that use standard outlets, so the stove and oven remain a mystery. These other smaller appliances seem to be fairly efficient. I've seen very little information on the web or manufacturers sites about actual consumption in use.