We did a quick research on the market with customers: pros and cons have comes out, but first let’s make a step back. Let’s start from the beginning. The induction cooking is a cooking method where a hob acts like a heating surface heaten by an electromagnetic field when a special iron pan is put on it. The hob is usually smooth and black with a futuristic design.
Advantage choosing an induction hob:
First advantage is undoubtedly a safety factor, since no flames are caused. You will also have an attractive design.
For how much concerns the cooking itself, you’ll find by the very first time food will be heated faster in terms of time compared to the use of a regular flame, (it cuts time by a half, almost). Also you can fully control the heat of the pan by the digital display This will help you to get the right temperature of some ingredients easily.
Again pro: long-term savings
This technology have a modest consumption compared to the average amount of gas or methane required for regular life and also minimizes the waste by remaining the alternative with more sustainable consumption in today’s market.
CONS of choosing an induction hob
Cost of the pots first: prices for a minimum standard set starts from 70 euros, and it is much higher than the average prices of gas cookers with plates. Recently it cames out that induction hobs make noise and this is definitely annoying. It seems this noise is usually produced by the type of cookware customers were using and not the hob itself: lighter pots, stainless steel can be quite noisy sometimes. This is the reason why for an induction hob system some specific cookware are required.