Induction Cookware Pus
Do you enjoy cooking or is it just another chore that has to be done? If it's a chore then I hope to make it an easier one for you. I enjoy cooking and creating dishes that are fun and good to eat. To me cooking is a relaxing chore where I can do what I want and enjoy eating the things I make.
Clean up, on the other hand, is another story. I try to clean as I go but sometimes that doesn't work too well. When the kids were home that was their job. Now that it's just me, I'm always looking for easier ways to clean up in the kitchen. If I make a mistake or burn something I don't want to spend a lot of time cleaning up. If I'm cooking with my grand- kids less clean- up is a definite plus. I want to spend time with them, not putting in extra time cleaning up after our cooking adventures.
I also want to keep the kids safe and eating healthier. Teflon coated pans are still being debated about being healthy to use. But they are easy to clean. Stainless steel is healthier than Teflon but can easily burn your food if you're not used to cooking with it.
The cooking vessel used for induction cooking is stainless steel or cast iron. Induction cooking is a special way of cooking which requires specific pots and pans. The cookware needs to support a magnetic field. Being stainless steel does not automatically qualify for induction cooking.
Induction cooking also puts less heat in the kitchen, which is great for the summer months. The heat is spread evenly through the pans cooking the food uniformly. 84% of the energy is used to heat the food. When done cooking the burner is cool. Assuring that little fingers will not get burned and food will not get baked on.
For those who don't want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen, induction cooking is a faster way to cook. While adjusting the temperature of a burner can take some time, induction cooking adjusts instantly and with greater precision. For serious cooks this is a must. If you are familiar with induction cooking please look into it. It can be a great alternative to gas cooking. Then when you've decided this is for you visit Induction Cookware Plus for all your pots and pans.
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I am a person who loves to cook and bake.
Submitted on: 2016-07-14 05:56:13