Fulham HouseContemporary Kitchen, London
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INDUCTIONInduction cooktops allow a very precise control of heat from very low temperatures to very high temperatures. A magnetic field makes your cookware the heating element, as opposed to the cooktop itself, enabling a much quicker conduction, control and more even spread of heat; but you must only use specific pots and pans that have a magnetic field, such as iron, cast iron and enamel. Some types of stainless steel cookware are compatible as well. A quick way of checking if your current pots and pans are suitable for induction is seeing if a magnet sticks to the base.