Pros & Cons of Induction Cooking

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Induction is a term that refers to a particular method of generating heat. Conventional electric stoves use radiant heat to cook food. Microwave ovens use microwaves or small energy waves to do the same. An induction cooker uses electromagnetism to cook food inside the pot or pan.

In induction, there is an electromagnetic interaction between the burner and the pot or pan itself. If there are no pots or pans on the stove, lighting the stove alone will not generate heat. The key to making an induction cooker work is to use a specific type of pan. You need to use a magnetic pot or pan to generate the electromagnetic response to cooking the food. Usually, this means the use of cast iron or magnetic stainless steel. A simple experiment is to keep the refrigerator magnet on the pot and pan. If it sticks, the pan should work on the induction cooker.

5 Pros of Using an Induction Cooktop

  • Induction cooking is fast.
  • Induction cooking is planet-friendly.
  • Induction cooking is safer – especially with kids and pets nearby.
  • Induction cooktops almost never make a mess.
  • Ease of Installation

 

5 Cons of Using an Induction Cooktop

  • Induction appliances are more expensive.
  • Special cookware is required.
  • Induction cooktops make noise.
  • You have to do your prep work early.
  • You won’t be able to cook if the power goes out.

 

Ramtons is committed to making life in the home and kitchen easier through innovative products, wide availability and strong after-sales support. Our goal is always to make life easier for our customers. Ramtons believes in providing timely after-sales services to keep customers happy long after they have made their purchases. Ramtons is all about combining functionality, practicality and modernity in their products, and they do the same for their range of induction cookers in Kenya.

 

 

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