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What’s Cooking on Induction Cooktops?

If you shop for a new stovetop or oven, you’ll undoubtedly see more focus on induction. We also see more demand for induction cooktops from our clients and for good reasons. The technology has many benefits baked right in. It may have been around for a while, but its continued growth meets new-world demands. It will likely have a more significant future in home cooking. 

In this article, we examine why induction technology may be just what you need in your home.

What is Induction Cooking? 

Induction cooking is different from typical electric or gas cooking in that it uses an electromagnetic field to generate heat inside specially designed cookware without heating the surrounding areas. 

What Are the Benefits of Induction Cooking? 

The unique cooking process is more accurate than traditional cooking. From the cooking speed to temperature regulation, everything is improved. Let’s take a closer look at the benefits. 

Unmatched Speed and Precision

Cooking with an induction stove is FAST – so fast that it can take getting used to. You can boil water in two minutes versus traditional cooking options that take five to eight minutes. 

The quick temperature response is also nearly instant. You can increase or decrease the temperature and instantly see results, which is especially helpful if water starts to boil over. We’re not saying that happens in your home, but let’s say the issue may have occurred once or twice in ours.  

The benefits allow for ultra-precise control for cooking. It utilizes an electromagnetic field to heat the cookware directly, not in an ambient way like traditional cooking. This more direct heating minimizes the time taken to reach and change desired temperatures. 

Moreover, the added control of hitting the exact heat level you need ensures dishes are cooked perfectly every time. You’ll feel like a scientist when creating a meal. 

Enhanced Safety Features

The added speed and precision also bring enhanced safety. Since the cooktop only heats the cookware, the food inside, and nothing else around it, there is very little risk of burns and uncontrolled flames. There isn’t an open flame or red-hot element, minimizing your exposure to heat and reducing the risk of a fire spreading.   

Many induction cooktops also have safety features such as automatic shut-off to prevent overheating and when removing the pot from the burner.  

Energy Efficiency

Induction cooking emerges as a champion when it comes to energy efficiency. The technology behind it minimizes heat loss, as it directly heats the cookware instead of the surrounding air. This results in significantly lower energy required to cook food, shrinking your carbon footprint. By choosing induction cooktops, you have a more sustainable and environmentally friendly way to prepare your meals while showing your commitment to safeguarding the planet.

Easy and Effortless Cleaning

An induction cooker lets you say goodbye to tedious clean-ups post-cooking! The heat is so contained and the exposure so limited that even briefly removing the pot allows you to clean the cooktop. Induction cooktops also have a smooth and flat surface, which means there are no nooks and crannies for food particles to get trapped in. 

Let’s Get Cooking!

Induction cooking brings a plethora of benefits to your kitchen, combining speed, safety, and sustainability in a sleek package. 

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