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The Induction stove-top stays cool no matter what. The heating process takes place in the cookware and not in the stove top. This is ideal because you don’t have to worry about you and your kids getting burned. YOU CAN TOUCH THE STOVE TOP WITHOUT GETTING BURNED, (unless your hand is made of iron).

Since induction stove-tops do not use gas, you would not need to worry about gas leaks and risk of getting fire. This is also recommended for people who are physically impaired because of its user- friendliness.
*Many people do not know this that gas cooking releases carbon monoxide, an invisible gas that is very harmful to your health.

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Maximum control and accuracy

The process of induction cooking works like this: energy is given directly to the cook-ware via magnetic field; this maximizes the use of energy unlike the electric and gas stove-tops. No excess heat is generated. You have absolute control of the temperature and you can change it INSTANTLY and ACCURATELY.


Induction cook tops have a smooth surface making it easy to clean. Unlike gas stove-tops it does not accumulate grease build-ups. And it doesn’t smell like burning metal like electric stoves.
And because it is “flame-less” cook wares will not develop char marks in the bottom.

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Advantages of induction cooktops

Better energy consumption

It runs on electricity, (which is ideal because petroleum products are getting more expensive nowadays ). And because of the faster cooking time, you can save on the electricity as well.
Compared to electricity powered stove—tops induction cooktops appear to be 85-90% more energy efficient. Compared gas-driven models, induction cooktops use up about half the energy.

Faster Cooking Speed

Induction cooktops beat other models in terms of speed. This is because induction stoves heats up much faster than a gas stove or electric range can. This allows for lesser minutes staying in the kitchen.

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If you are renovating your kitchen, you may want to include INDUCTION COOKTOPS in your list of development.

So what is an Induction cooktop?

Induction cooking is cooking without flame. Yes you’ve read it right WITHOUT FLAMES.

While traditional ranges (be it gas or electric types) the burners are heated up. Then you would take the pan on top of the burner so that heat from it will be conducted to cook the food.

Induction cooktops on the other hand uses a technology that involves magnetic fields to induct a warming effect in pots or pans made of steel. This is a different kind of heat generation as compared to electric stoves because it is the one heating up and not the burner

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The G-Shaped Kitchen

The Design of the G-shaped kitchen is closely similar to the design of the U-Shaped kitchen only that the G-shaped kitchen fashions an elongated partial wall.

The G-Shaped kitchen makes a large amount of space and is ideal for large families who need
extra storage space since it comes with many counters and cabinet space.

The G-shaped kitchen allows multiple cooks to work at the same time because of its space. And because of its space you can use a portion of it into a dining area.
However this design requires a large amount of are and would not apply to small homes.