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Semi-Portable cooking - Induction burner or propane ring burner?

gotsmack | Feb 4, 201911:50 AM     15

I want to do some frying and not stink up the whole apartment of grease. Mostly skin on chicken, bacon, eggs, and vegetables. I'll be using Solidteknics US-Ion 10" and 12" pans, which are induction compatible.

I can take the propane ring burner and set it up in my back porch area or I can run an outdoor extension cord to the induction burner. I have never cooked on a propane ring burner/stand or induction.

Which one should I get? I'm willing to spend about $100. Will portable induction burners accommodate a 12" pan? Is the propane ring burner going to run too hot?

Thanks.

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