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Experiments In Induction Cooking

Induction cooking is one of the coolest forms of "modern" cooking technology, and since the cooking vessel itself is heated via magnetic induction there are no flames or hot coils, so it's also a safer way to cook.

In order to demonstrate how induction cooking works Yuppiechef cut a pan in half and cooked eggs, bacon and chocolate on it, and boiled water in the pan while it was sitting on a magazine.

(YouTube Link)

This video looks like something those product demonstrators at the county fair would show at their booth, but that doesn't make the technology any less impressive.

-Via Laughing Squid

We dish up more neat food posts at the Neatolicious blog

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For those who speak French, an interesting Swiss government study on health and induction cooking : http://www.bag.admin.ch/themen/strahlung/00053/00673/03156/index.html?lang=fr
Conclusion? bad use, and use by pregnant women and kids goes beyong the legal microtesla limit. But this limit is quite low, and no real study has been done on eventual effects.
Anyway, I sell kitchens, but I didn't put one of those at home.....
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