Iron disc for induction so you can use alum pots?
Our new induction range is in and working (even if our brand new Samsung fridge doesn't cool. At all. But that's a different thread!) I just picked up a set of five-ply stainless pots and pans and I'm fine with getting rid of most of our non-induction-ready cookware.
BUT, what do you all do about the things you can't let go of? Specifically, my aluminum Whirly Pop popcorn popper, and my extra-deep 12 Qt stockpot that I use for huge batches of soup and in particular, for canning. I'm picturing a round flat puck of tri-ply stainless or cast iron that you would use to activate the induction so you can use a few pieces of specialty cookware. I've read threads about special wok hobs; does something like what I'm picturing exist? I don't believe that there is any other option for using my popcorn popper, and we really really miss using it!