Do You Use an Induction Range?

Posted on March 18, 2013
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Induction Range

When I was little my grandmother would tell me: “A watched pot never boils.”

Obviously my grams didn’t know about induction cooking. If she did, she would know that the pot of water would boil, and boil fast, whether I watched it or not.

Do you use an induction range in your kitchen?

Induction cooking is a fun, efficient and speedy way to amp up your cooking times. And with Earth Day just around the corner it’s important to note that induction ranges, also called induction cooktops, capture 90% of the energy made in comparison to about 40% of energy captured by a gas range. Because of this efficiency, an induction range can boil a pot of water in under 30 seconds, that’s pretty amazing don’t you think?

If you are still new to the world of induction, check out this video about induction cooktops. Learn how an induction range works, how to tell if your cookware is induction ready and little more about the benefits an induction range can bring to your kitchen!



Maggie Moulatsiotis Maggie Moulatsiotis (68 Posts)

Maggie is the Content Development Manager at, a pescetarian and a newly minted DIY and home cook extraordinaire. She lives in Denver, Colorado with her husband and very cute puppy, Puka.

2 Replies to "Do You Use an Induction Range?"

  • Teddy
    March 19, 2013 (10:57 pm)

    Wow. That’s really fast. I never knew that induction cooktops had that kind of power!

  • Maggie
    March 20, 2013 (7:44 pm)

    They are super fast and really cool! I just put this on my wedding registry :) I hope I get one!

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