Induction cooking may be a foreign concept to many people. According to Appliance magazine, induction cooking does not use a heating element. The induction device, placed below a smooth glass cooktop, generates heat in the cooking vessel itself using magnetism. The cooktop never reaches the extreme temperatures that can be created with the use of an under-glass heating element, an electric coil or a flame.
Proponents of induction cooking cite are speed, controllability and easy clean-up among the technique's benefits.
Some of the limitations of this type of cooking include the fact that users must use magnetic cooking vessels and higher prices.
Individuals looking for this type of high-performance for use in their RVs may choose a portable induction cooktop
In addition to offering the many benefits of induction cooking, this product is reasonably priced at under $100.
The product's 10 power settings allow users to adjust cooking temperatures from 150°F to 390ºF. And, it uses 90 percent of energy produced and heats only the diameter of the pot, for energy conservation.
In addition, it won't generate heat and shuts off automatically if no cookware is detected. Surface remains cool to the touch. Flat surface makes cleanup easy.