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Use Any Cookware On Your Induction Cooktop

18 August 2009 4,317 views No Comment
Induction Disk

If you think just because you have an induction cooktop that your non-ferrous cookware is no longer usable, you are wrong. Several companies are now producing what is usually referred to as an induction disk. An induction disk is a flat disk made from a ferrous material that heats up when it is placed on an induction cooktop. The disk then transfers it’s heat to any cookware piece that is placed on top of it. This makes it possible to cook with any type of cookware including aluminum, glass, copper, porcelain, and non-magnetic stainless steel.

This could be a great help to someone who has an induction cooktop but doesn’t have the money to buy all new cookware. With most induction disks having a price tag between 40 to 80 dollars they provide a cheaper alternative to buying a new cookware set. Since induction disks provide the capability to use previously owned non-magnetic cookware it provides the option to slowly build your induction compatible cookware set piece by piece or save over time and buy a complete set of induction compatible cookware all at once.

It is also nice to have the option to use your favorite piece of cookware that may not work with an induction cooktop under normal circumstances. Now none of your cookware has to be obsolete just because you have an induction cooktop.

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