Not in direct answer to your question - but as I read your very humorous questions, my thought was at first “wrong cookware”.
Then I did a little searching around and found the following -
“Schott Ceran Induction Cooktop Overheating
Schott Ceran Induction cooktop overheating is likely to be caused by incorrect temperature settings or incorrect cookware being used.
If your food comes out to be burnt and you don’t recall placing it on the cooktop for a longer than usual period, it’s likely there’s something wrong with your cookware.
Lightweight cookware has a tendency to heat up more quickly than usual, increasing the chance of food burning.
The solutions mentioned below will help you in fixing the issue.
First off, check your cookware. If you are using cookware that’s lightweight, getting your food burnt is an easy possibility.
If you are using the recommended cookware, make sure you are following the temperature guidelines as well.”.
So they depend on the cookware having a heavy mass. A heavy mass heats slower (which is in my opinion is inversely proportional to what is stated as an advantage to induction cooking) heat up and likely heat dissipation to the surrounding air and/or food product.
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