REkindagirl
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    July 30, 2013
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      • Review count
        1
      • Helpfulness votes
        6
      • Average rating
        5.0
        5 out of 5
      • First Review:
        July 30, 2013
      • Last Review:
        July 30, 2013
       
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          REkindagirl's Reviews
           
          Micro-Induction Cooktop provides the best in cooktop performance, safety and efficiency. Induction heats as electricity flows through a coil to produce a magnetic field under the ceramic plate. When a ferromagnetic cookware is placed on the ceramic surface, currents are induced in the cookware and instant heat is generated due to the resistance of the pan. Heat is generated to the pan only and no heat is lost. As there are no open flames, inductions are safer to use than conventional burners. Once cookware is removed, all molecular activity ceases and heating is stopped immediately.
           
          Verified Purchase:Yes
          Just what I was looking for.
          PostedJuly 30, 2013
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          I live off grid, using three different seasonal renewable energy sources (wind, water & sun). Our power production ebbs and flows. It ranges from very high (for us) to a lower, thriftier amount as the year's weather runs its course. So during times of bountiful power, if I'm not using the power as we produce, then I am wasting it.
          For years I have been curious about induction cooking. What would it be like to cook with electricity? I've cooked on natural gas or propane stoves for many years. Using electricity to make heat or cold usually uses a lot of electricity. That is why off-grid homes use gas to cook with, solar and/or gas to heat water and use a gas clothes dryer.
          I feel very good
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          I live off grid, using three different seasonal renewable energy sources (wind, water & sun). Our power production ebbs and flows. It ranges from very high (for us) to a lower, thriftier amount as the year's weather runs its course. So during times of bountiful power, if I'm not using the power as we produce, then I am wasting it.
          For years I have been curious about induction cooking. What would it be like to cook with electricity? I've cooked on natural gas or propane stoves for many years. Using electricity to make heat or cold usually uses a lot of electricity. That is why off-grid homes use gas to cook with, solar and/or gas to heat water and use a gas clothes dryer.
          I feel very good about this purchase. I have a method to cook food, which like solar cooking, uses a renewable resource. It is one of the puzzle pieces that fits in to make our renewable energy system even more efficient and awesome.
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          Pros: Energy Efficient, Easy to Use, Performs Well, Looks Great, Good Size & Weight, Modern, Easy to Clean, Lots of Features, Digital, Convenient, Nice Design
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          6out of 6found this review helpful.
           
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