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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.

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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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