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Old 09-24-2016, 01:44 PM   #1
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Induction Cooktop/burner

I just bought this induction burner and highly recommend. It is great for tabletop cooking outdoors when you don't want to mess with a grill or cook inside. My husband cooked breakfast this morning and really liked it. I have been wanting one for awhile and was going to order one on amazon. I found this one at Walmart for $70 and it came with a pot with lid and frying pan for less. I can also use my cast iron on it.
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Old 09-24-2016, 01:48 PM   #2
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Did you say bacon?
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LOL nothing say camping better than bacon especially when DH is cooking. 😜
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Old 09-24-2016, 04:10 PM   #4
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Old 09-24-2016, 09:48 PM   #6
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We discovered induction cooking this year. I love it for the camper in summer as it doesnt heat up the cabin like propane. Most of the heat goes directly into the pot or pan. Its also wicked quick to heat stuff up. If you have a pacemaker read uo on emf before using.
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Old 01-15-2017, 05:49 PM   #7
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I have a glass top stove in the S&B, what a PITA for trying to get a pot of water boiling for corn on the cob, or spaghetti, it takes forever.

I recently bought a portable induction cooktop, and holy crap(!), that thing is as fast, if not faster than gas. I'm going to be packing it in the trailer for non-boondocking trips.

I was going to post here, asking if others have used them camping.

If nothing else, it saves the propane.
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What size fry pan is included, and what bigger size can be used? Looks like something I could really use. Also will it trip a 15 amp breaker?
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I bought this one after going through a ton of reviews Induction top

Mine didn't come with any cookware, but my existing stuff works. The stuff that doesn't is aluminum, and copper. It has to be somewhat magnetic. Most my stainless is magnetic, but my stainless stovetop percolator isn't magnetic at all, and it works just fine. Cast iron works great also.
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Wife brought hers to Florida with us, but after she found out I have to pay an electric bill here she's afraid to use it.
She's also very slow to turn on the ac.

We need to have a talk.
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