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7 Reasons to buy an Induction Cooker Stove

With power cuts no longer in effect, induction cookers have become quite popular in Nepal in the past few years. The induction cooker comes with features that make it one of the best choices for your kitchen. If you’re still not sure about using the induction cooker, here are seven reasons why you should invest in one.  One of the advantages of an induction cooker is the ease of cleaning. The appliance comes with a smooth and plain surface. One single wipe with a cloth will leave it clean and managed. Alternatively, if you spilled or overboiled anything in a gas stove, you’d have to open the entire stove to get a 100% clean look.  The induction stove generates quick heat in comparison to electric and gas stoves. You do not have to wait for the heat to transfer to the pan. The pan heats up directly after placing it on the stove, thus saving time and providing quick heat.  With gas stoves, it is often difficult to control heat as desired as the pan heats up after some time and requires some more time for cooling. In the case of an induction cooker, you can easily control the temperature and heat as needed with the temperature buttons. The heat supply is cut off as soon as the pan is removed from the appliance.  Perhaps, one of the most important features of an induction stove and cooker is its safety. There is less risk of fire hazards as there are no flames and will not catch other objects like clothes on fire because it only heats items that are specifically made for the appliance. The induction cooker also turns off when the pan/cookware is removed, providing even more safety for your kitchen.  Induction cookers do not emit gases that might be hazardous to your health. Thus, also maintaining the air quality.  Compared to electric stoves and gas stoves, induction cookers are more energy efficient. The appliance does not directly heat up. Instead, the flow of current from the ‘element’ creates an electromagnetic field that generates heat on the pots and pans placed above. Your pots and pan become the source of heat instead of the cooker being the source of heat. Heat loss is, therefore, minimized while increasing safety.  Induction cookers come with cooking options that operate the appliance with the ideal heat for a particular cooking method. Now you do not need to worry about the perfect temperature to boil your milk, steam your vegetables, or fry your potatoes.  Induction cookers are available in a variety of styles to match the feel of your kitchen. The induction cooker is also very portable – all you need is electricity and the stove itself!  Do you agree with our list? What are your favorite features of an induction cooker? Are you planning to buy an induction cooker for your kitchen soon?  Visit Yasuda store or contact our nearest retailer to find the most suitable Yasuda induction cookers for your kitchen. 

7 Reasons to buy an Induction Cooker Stove

With power cuts no longer in effect, induction cookers have become quite popular in Nepal in the past few years. The induction cooker comes with features that make it one of the best choices for your kitchen. If you’re still not sure about using the induction cooker, here are seven reasons why you should invest in one.  One of the advantages of an induction cooker is the ease of cleaning. The appliance comes with a smooth and plain surface. One single wipe with a cloth will leave it clean and managed. Alternatively, if you spilled or overboiled anything in a gas stove, you’d have to open the entire stove to get a 100% clean look.  The induction stove generates quick heat in comparison to electric and gas stoves. You do not have to wait for the heat to transfer to the pan. The pan heats up directly after placing it on the stove, thus saving time and providing quick heat.  With gas stoves, it is often difficult to control heat as desired as the pan heats up after some time and requires some more time for cooling. In the case of an induction cooker, you can easily control the temperature and heat as needed with the temperature buttons. The heat supply is cut off as soon as the pan is removed from the appliance.  Perhaps, one of the most important features of an induction stove and cooker is its safety. There is less risk of fire hazards as there are no flames and will not catch other objects like clothes on fire because it only heats items that are specifically made for the appliance. The induction cooker also turns off when the pan/cookware is removed, providing even more safety for your kitchen.  Induction cookers do not emit gases that might be hazardous to your health. Thus, also maintaining the air quality.  Compared to electric stoves and gas stoves, induction cookers are more energy efficient. The appliance does not directly heat up. Instead, the flow of current from the ‘element’ creates an electromagnetic field that generates heat on the pots and pans placed above. Your pots and pan become the source of heat instead of the cooker being the source of heat. Heat loss is, therefore, minimized while increasing safety.  Induction cookers come with cooking options that operate the appliance with the ideal heat for a particular cooking method. Now you do not need to worry about the perfect temperature to boil your milk, steam your vegetables, or fry your potatoes.  Induction cookers are available in a variety of styles to match the feel of your kitchen. The induction cooker is also very portable – all you need is electricity and the stove itself!  Do you agree with our list? What are your favorite features of an induction cooker? Are you planning to buy an induction cooker for your kitchen soon?  Visit Yasuda store or contact our nearest retailer to find the most suitable Yasuda induction cookers for your kitchen.