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Induction Stove

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I'm considering purchasing an induction stove, although, there are some choices.  Should I start with a single or go with the complete stove?  Any feedback would be helpful. Thank you

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Induction means some changes to your cookware. How compatible is what you already have?  Non-stick gets to be expensive if you're buying teflon coated stainless compared to aluminum non-stick pans. There are disks you can use to transfer heat to non-compatible cookware, but the performance suffers some. 

 

What's your budget? What features do you want? Good induction tends to be pretty expensive compared to gas. But that said, my next cooktop will be induction. I like it that much better than the gas cooktop I have. 

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I'd prefer to not use teflon and would invest in compatible cookware.  It appears it is important to budget for both if serious about taking this route.  I read reviews on cookware and still a toss up on which cookware to incorporate.

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Induction is a lot cheaper compared to LPG it is also more efficient, found good induction pans in sainsbuy's £8 falcon do agood cooker

http://www.falconfoodservice.com/

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Had my new induction suite installed this week, I am majorly impressed, did 129 covers today easy peasy, would have been a struggle doing 60 on my old stove.

 

 

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