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What Is Induction Cooking?

Is Induction Cooking the New (and best) Way to Cook?

Induction heat transfer for cooking occurs when an electric current is passed through a coiled copper wire underneath the cooking surface, creating a magnetic current throughout the cooking pan to produce heat. Because induction doesn’t use a traditional outside heat source, only the element will become warm due to the heat transferred from the pan.

Induction cooking is more efficient than traditional electric and gas cooking because little heat energy is lost. Like other traditional cooktops, the evenly heated pots and pans heat the contents through conduction and convection.

Induction cooking is becoming increasingly popular due to its convenience and safety. This method of cooking works by using an electromagnetic field to heat the pan directly instead of the stovetop. Boiling water takes far less time than a traditional stovetop, plus the temperature can be adjusted more precisely. This cooking technology is much safer than gas or electric stoves since no heat is generated on the stovetop surface, which is great for households with small kids or elderly people.

Induction cooking is more energy efficient and quieter than other cooking methods. Induction cooking is revolutionizing our cooking and may soon become a highly preferred choice for many households.

Read the full post, which explains how Induction Cooking can help you to be a better chef at the blog of the Delmarva Design Center.

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