Thanks all for the advice so far on my "tiny kitchen" post. I'm moving on to picking appliances now, and am pondering the merits of induction vs. electric.
I visited several kitchen supply stores and shopped on line. I'm either going to go with a slide-in electric range, or an induction cooktop + electric oven below.
-I can use all my existing pots and pans on electric
-I really don't have that many pots and pans that don't work with it, and all the ones that don't work are my cheap old aluminum pans anyway
-I could pick different brands of cooktop and oven if I learn different brands excel in different areas
-I could have a hybrid with both electric and induction burners
-I could have a 36" cooktop instead of only a 30" option
Is the cooking on an induction oven truly superior to that on an electric? I've used portable induction cookers before, but never a full range. I do cook a lot, and am already disappointed that my new kitchen cannot have a gas cooktop. I do a lot of Asian cooking, and have always thought gas = better. But induction cooktops are popular in Japan, right?
It's all very confusing. Any thoughts? The brands I'm looking at include GE, Electrolux, Thermador, and I would consider Jenn-Air but did not see any today.
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