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Induction Vs Ceramic Vs Infrared Cooker/cooktops...any Advice Pls?

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#1 tyrabangs

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Posted 14 February 2012 - 05:27 PM

Dear Ladies, we're planning to change our electric hot plate cooker to either "induction", "ceramic" or "infrared". Do you have any of these cooktops? What's your experience -- or better, can you recommend it? Pros and cons?

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#2 Danielle

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Posted 14 February 2012 - 06:00 PM

I had one with a glass top in england-its wasn't induction don't exactly know what it was-and a can of beans fell out of the cupboard next to it and broke the glass! So be careful where you put things.

At work in England there were 5 flats (teenagers with physical disabilties lived in them) and they had induction hobs-as it was decided that it was safer as it reduced the risk of them burning themselves, the only down side is that the teenagers quite often burnt things in the pan or forgot it was on and ruined the pans (you need a special kind of pan for induction stoves) and it ended up being expensive. My mum loves her induction cooker.

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Posted 15 February 2012 - 10:48 AM

Danielle, thanks for sharing. I may just go for induction cooker then.. Looks promising. :-)





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