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How to test if your cookware is suitable to be used on Induction Hobs?

Induction Ready?
How to test if your cookware is suitable to be used on Induction Hobs. Find out here! #TipsWithEF
 
➡️ Firstly, how does an Induction Hobs work?
Unlike traditional Gas hobs, induction hobs do not produce heat until a cooking pan of a suitable material is placed on top. Induction hob uses magnetic currents to directly heat your pots and pans thus cookware must have a magnetic bottom in order to work on Induction hobs.
 
➡️ How to test if your cookware will work on an Induction Hobs?
Look out for Induction-suitable icon, or do a simple magnetic test! Grab a refrigerator magnet, place it on the bottom of the cookware. If it sticks firmly, it is suitable to be used on an induction hob. If it slides off easily, the pan may not have enough magnetic qualities to work well on an induction stove.
 
➡️ Now you know how to identify cookware suitable with an Induction Hobs, check out its Top 3 Benefits!
 
1) Energy Efficient ✔️
Unlike traditional hobs that uses a flame to heat your food, an induction hob heats up your cookware directly. This means that as much as 90% of the energy is converted to heat. Allowing for little wastage in the form of heat lost to the surroundings, and better energy efficiency.
 
2) No Open Flame ✔️
With no open flame, Induction Hobs result in a cooler and more comfortable environment in the kitchen. Especially important in Singapore’s hot and humid weather. On top of this, the lack of an open flame greatly reduces the risk of potential burns from accidental touch.
 
3) Easy to Clean ✔️
Induction Hobs come with a seamless and flat surface design, with no hidden nooks or crannies where food or grease can get stuck, they can be easily wiped cleaned with just some soap and water. Saving you time and effort!
 
 
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