two-burner induction cooktop
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Getting Into Induction

Induction cooking, which uses a magnetic field to create heat directly in cookware itself, is much faster than gas or electric (boiling water in as little as three minutes) and safer because no open flame is involved. Though it's gaining traction in the U.S. market, many homeowners are reluctant to get rid of their old electric or gas cooktop completely. This 12-inch model with two burners from Fagor can be installed next to your current cooktop, allowing you to try the new technology without giving up what you're used to. It's also more affordable than many other induction models. About $1,099, Fagor
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