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Sauciers on Induction

Robenco15 | Feb 6, 201806:42 AM     86

I love my copper Matfer Bourgeat Saucier, but when I switch to induction I'm going to have to leave it behind and go with a Demeyere Atlantis. How does the performance of a saucier compare on induction? I just visualize the flames on gas able to slightly "hug" the curved sides of a saucier, whereas induction obviously doesn't do that and therefore may not work as well? The Demeyere Atlantis is cladded, not a disk bottom.

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