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Sunday, November 16, 2008
How does induction cooking actually work?
It starts with very powerful electromagnetic energy. An alternating current is created by the induction coil underneath the glass top, in turn, creating a magnetic field that transfers to the cookware which excites the metal molecules creating heat.
In short, only the cookware heats up. Take an egg, for example: when the frying pan is in contact with the induction zone, the egg cooks. But the egg will not cook on the glass surface, which remains cold.
Induction cooktops can be used for all types of cooking methods: boiling, frying, saute'ing, simmering and melting chocolate. By merely pressing the control panel, you can choose power levels starting at 50W.
The range of power and control is the same as with gas, but unlike with most gas cooktops, you can simmer chocolate all day because it will always maintain a constant temperature.
A number of reasons make induction cooking a great choice
Drawbacks of Induction
Monday, November 10, 2008
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