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Part 1 of this series explained how Induction cooktops use magnetic hysteresis loss to directly heat the the pot or pan. Part 2 explained the growing popularity of induction cooking by exploring inductions many advantages over conventional cooking technologies. By this time, you are very likely thinking that induction cooking may be appropriate for your kitchen. However, before purchasing an induction cooktop, there are several things that you should consider. These issues are explained in this installment of the Induction Cooking Explained series. Compatible Cookware Considerations As explained in part 1, induction cooktops work only with cookware made from ferrous materials. Anyone with a significant investment in aluminum, glass, ceramic or non-magnetic stainless steel cookware will need to be aware that these types of cookware will not work on an induction cooktop and should include the cost purchasing new cookware when evaluating the cost of the induction cooktop. However, much of the most popular cookware used on conventional cooktops will work with induction cooktops, so many people will be able to use their existing cookware.
Downdraft cooktops are cleaner in their operation. They do not require nearly as much maintenance has hooded cooktops. They save you a lot of space, that you can easily use for other useful things such as cutting up the veggies you want to cook on your downdraft cooktop. There is also no hood above the cooktop, which is cumbersome and noisy. And by saving that much space in your kitchen and by making it quiet, you make your kitchen look very modern indeed. Who wants to be cooped up in a small, noisy kitchen, when you can also be cooking in a large, silent kitchen? Buying a cooktop is no small thing. They are quite pricey. But then again, they also last a long time and are an absolutely essential investment if you want to have the capability of cooking your food. There are many manufacturers that build excellent downdraft cooktops these days. Some examples are KitchenAid, Whirlpool, General Electric, Dacor and Bosch. Pretty much all of them are of at least decent quality. But before you buy any of them, make sure youve thoroughly read their list of features. You dont want to buy a cooktop and then find out it cant do what you wanted it to do so badly.
Induction cooktops basically create electromagnetic reactions between the cooking zone and the pot. This means that the cooktops utilize magnetic reactions to create heat that enables you to do your cooking. Unlike electric cooktops that heat cooking zones before transferring the heat to your pot, the induction ones create heat with the pot making the cooking fast, energy efficient and safe too. These cooktops are available in a wide range of designs, sizes and features and to get the best you would need to make proper determinations. But even before you make your purchase, there are important things you should know about the cooktops so you are able to decide whether they are worth the purchase or not.
Most people probably dont usually give cooktops a second thought. Your kitchen generally comes with one when you move in, and it probably does the job. However, a new cooktop can not only beautify your kitchen, but can make your cooking more efficient. You can find some great cooktops whether you have a gas stove, an electric range, or use induction cooking. Cooktops come in a variety of widths, number of burners (four is typical but you can find cooktops with 5, 6 or more, and cooktops with fewer burners as well), and type of burner, sealed or open for gas burners and glass or coil for electric burners. If youre in the market for a sealed gas burner cooktop, a really cool one is the Whirlpool GLT3657R 36 inch. This cooktop has five sealed burners, full width cast iron grates to allow you to place large pots anywhere on the cooktop surface, and includes two 12,500 BTU Power(TM) burners for when you need to get something hot fast. Theyre great for boiling water, among many other uses.