Induction cooktops and RFI?
chip at fetrow.org
Sat Apr 14 19:10:24 CDT 2012
DING DING DING DING, we have a winner!
Go with natural gas. It is amazingly inexpensive. It currently
costs less than it has in 10 or more years. it is also very clean.
Sadly, it will require you to wipe down your kitchen every few years
unless you use an exhaust fan, which I recommend.
The great news is you can cook when the power is out!
I am a very good cook, and I don't have gas at my house, and I really
miss it. You can really control the heat using gas. Additionally,
some cooktops or ranges have burners that have about six times the
heat of the highest power electric elements. You can bring the pasta
water to boil MUCH faster. You can also cook using a wok much more
Gas makes NO noise except when the igniter is sparking when you first
turn it on.
Go gas, you won't regret it.
I really wish I could get gas at my house without paying the $80,000
installation fee. I would IMMEDIATELY have a CNG fueled Honda Civic.
On Apr 12, 2012, at 11:57 PM, tacos-request at amrad.org wrote:
> Message: 5
> Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2012 23:57:45 -0400
> From: <wb4jfi at knology.net>
> To: "Karl W4KRL" <W4KRL at dcm-va.com>, <tfox at knology.net>,
> <andre.kesteloot at verizon.net>
> Cc: tacos at amrad.org
> Subject: Re: Induction cooktops and RFI?
> Maybe I should have been more clear... we are looking at replacing
> the electric cooktop in the kitchen of our house, which is used to
> cook food.
> We were looking at using natural gas, which the house has, but
> someone suggested we look at induction cooktops instead.
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