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immersion induction heater

paulj | Nov 25, 201402:54 PM     2

My first cooking tool (in college) was an immersion heater - a heater coil that I placed in a cup of water to heat it. I'd even make a 'stew' in a beer stein - adding bread, sausage and cheese to the hot water.

http://www.wired.com/2014/11/tea-kett...
shows an induction version. A metal probe in placed inside the water container which sits on top of the induction coil. Still a prototype. It's being billed as a major energy saver over hot pots. Though it might not be much of a savings over a small sauce pan on a regular induction hot plate.

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