Griddle for induction? Trying again...
I tried posting this in the Cookware Forum, but the postings over there are from 2005! Does anyone go there? Actually, they've got a lot of really informative threads (I'd never been there before, either...), but all the action seems to be over here and at the kitchen forum.
So. My question: can you use a cast iron double griddle on induction? I'm looking at some vintage Lodge and Griswold on eBay and they're gorgeous, but they all seem to have a ridge around the edge that raises the griddle surface off the cooktop and my understanding of induction is that the pan and hob have to be in contact.
Is this true? These are not reversible griddles, with the grill on the flip side. They are flat, but the edging makes them sit up high.
Thanks for any help!