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06/27/2021 at 12:26 PM #483360
For ten days in April, I stayed in a cabin on the shores of Cape Cod’s lake. It was a beautiful location however, it was only an kitchenette. Because of council regulations and other regulations that there was no “real” kitchen. I forgot about an oven. The cups were made from plastic, and the knives were used to slice butter. There was no whetstone. The Duxtop Portable Induction Cooktop, however, was the pièce de résistance. Bern or as I chose to call it, the sleek black box was my only companion. It consistently delivered delicious, quick meals, including al dente pasta scrambled eggs with creaminess, crisp mushrooms and sausages. I on the other side, met Bern’s devotion with skepticism.
When I first tried an induction stove, it was an eerie experience. It felt almost as if I was driving an automatic vehicle after many years of driving with the stick gear. I was skeptical, okay? Similar to my Brooklyn gas stove, there were no dials or flames. What’s your name, I wondered, as I rubbed Bern on the head. What do you do with your hands? Why are you hot but…not?
It’s more about trust than cooking with fire. Bern and a long background check on Google impressed me. The Duxtop portable induction cooktop, I learned, could do pretty much the same thing that my gas stove in Brooklyn could–without the harmful respiratory and cognitive effects, earth-destroying carbon emissions from fossil fuels, and the extreme danger of burning every dishtowel I’ve owned to ablaze (just me?). Here’s the scoop:
How can induction cooktops function?
“I frankly don’t fully comprehend it,” says BA’s test kitchen director Chris Morocco, “but rather than combusting gas, which is then used to heat your pan, induction heats the pan directly by magnets.” In this case, the electromagnetic heating coils lurking beneath the burner’s flat glass surface produce electric current when they come in contact with ferromagnetic substances such as cookware with iron or is coated with a magnetic layer. The active heating coils cause magnetic particles to vibrate, which causes the pan to heat up. pan quickly. I liken it to getting too hot to the point that your face is burning (I invented this). Induction cooktops can be used in a variety of ways. to be touched. The heat you feel isn’t coming from the surface itself–rather it’s heat transferred from the hot pan back to the glass cooktop.
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