How to Choose Cookware
for an Induction Cooktop?
Convenience has always been a byproduct of innovation, and induction cooktops have been exactly that. Many still stick to gas cooktops because they are unsure of what an induction cooktop entails, especially since it might be a little heavier on the wallet, which is a shame as there are many benefits of owning an induction cooktop, such as increased safety and higher energy efficiency, besides being easier to clean. Unlike a gas stove, an induction cooktop uses the transfer of magnetic energy, rather than a flame or electric element, to create a quick, efficient way of cooking. While the perks make an induction cooktop a worthy investment, ensuring your cookware is compatible with your future induction cooktop is crucial. What are the induction stove utensils one would need to look into before getting one?