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Old 11-18-2013, 05:43 PM   #15
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I am starting to see non stick stainless steel in some of the stores . Bed bath and beyond comes to mind. We got our non stick stainless ( Induction compatible) at
Ikea .. About 12 or 15 bucks for the 10 inch
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Old 11-18-2013, 06:43 PM   #16
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I didn't realize that it had been discontinued and doesn't appear to be available. I'll have to take very good care of ours!

I just discovered that the Fagor induction burner has a timer that can go to 9 hours at the power levels that would be used for slow cooking.

Fagor 670041470 12" Portable Induction Cooktop with 1 Cooking Zone, 1800 Watts of Power, 7 Power Levels, Quick Launch Buttons, Child Safety Lock System and Touch Controls
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I didn't realize that it had been discontinued and doesn't appear to be available. I'll have to take very good care of ours!
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Old 11-19-2013, 10:02 AM   #18
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Decided to buy a Nuwave 2 at Kohl's since it was on sale, came with one pan, and I had a store credit to use. The DVD that comes with it says it can be programmed for as long as 99 hours and 99 minutes including a delay time. Seems like this would work well for slow cooking but I haven't tried it yet as I just got it yesterday.
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Old 11-19-2013, 11:34 AM   #19
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I have heard through consumer reports that some induction units (probably some portable units) have a small area where the energy is active and is transmitted to the pot, even though the visible cooktop appears where the pot sits would appear to be a larger area. Sort of like a burner on the stove that has a small burner ring. We bought a portable unit from Costco and are extremely happy with it.
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Old 11-19-2013, 12:35 PM   #20
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AsI posted earlier I have the Nuwave and it has been great. It is a 1300 watt unit and has worked great in the motorhome (I got the BOGO offer so have one at home also). I can program it for the whole day and it works great for slow cooking so no Crockpot needed anymore. The pans that come with it are unbelievably heavy weight and strong, much more than some of the high end cookware I spent big dollars for. I use it all the time and it has held up well for over a year.
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Old 11-20-2013, 12:27 PM   #21
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I also love my Nu-Waves, don't carry crock pots anymore.
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Also have the Nuwave. Really like it. Got it at Wally World. Love the temp control.
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Here's the one I bought DUXTOP portable I'm very happy with it, and only $70.

After you settle on a cook top, I can recommend this pan: Everyday Pan I really do use it for everything.
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Here's the one I bought DUXTOP portable I'm very happy with it, and only $70.

After you settle on a cook top, I can recommend this pan: Everyday Pan I really do use it for everything.
Nice pan. I will have to show DW. Should be easy to store.
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We have two of the NuWave units and they work great.
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