Induction Cooking: Ranges, Cooktops and Cookware

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The induction element in Zojirushi’s heats the sides as well as the bottom. From $322; zojirushi.com. Photo courtesy of Zojirushi.
Induction burners keep kitchens cool—and are energy-efficient, too.

Induction Defined

Induction cooking uses electromagnetic energy to heat pots made with iron. It’s incredibly efficient: No energy is wasted.

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High-Tech Ranges

Cooktops

Smart Cooktops

Friendly Cookware

Friendly Cookware

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