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Old 01-31-14, 07:18 PM   #39
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Originally Posted by pinballlooking View Post
We have had our bought Max Burton 6200 Deluxe 1800-Watt Induction Cooktop for a while now we use it every day. We put 1 cup of hot water to boil it is quicker than the microwave. About 30 seconds.
Yeah, it doesn't take long to get used to how well they work.

Originally Posted by pinballlooking View Post
I would like to get an Induction stove at some point
I saw a photograph of a kitchen in New York, where they were using all induction cookers. The cookers were like your, only commercial-duty, so they could stand up to very heavy use.

They were arranged side by side on a long metal table which was against a wall, and there was storage underneath the table. I didn't see any ovens, but if there were any, they were in another part of the kitchen.

The whole thing made me re-think "stove", and are they really designed for the way I cook?

Because, most stoves have an integral oven, underneath... which is exactly the place where you should be able to reach down and get pots and pans.

I use an oven so seldom, that it could just as well be in the garage.

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