if i don't wok -- can i just get an induction w/o a gas burner

housebuilder14August 11, 2014

I was going to get some sort of combi set with induction and a multi-function or wok burner thinking i would want some gas in my kitchen.

but maybe i really won't need gas --- and i am just afraid to take the plunge.

steer my right ladies! (and gents)

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Kiwigem

I went through the same debate and decided to go all-induction. If I ever need an actual flame, the outdoor grill or a camp stove will do the trick. I'm over giving valuable real estate to a function I use once or twice a year.

    Bookmark   August 11, 2014 at 3:02PM
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williamsem

If you truly -needed- gas, you wouldn't be asking this question, you'd just know and not look back. You will very likely be just fine. We use our wok to stir fry on our induction range. I'm sure people that do it a lot as their normal cooking might prefer gas for a more authentic experience, but for the few times a month we do it, we do just fine.

Unless you have tons of extra space, I'd cater to your everyday needs and go all induction. It's really as great as people here say it is, I'm so glad I took the plunge!

    Bookmark   August 11, 2014 at 10:53PM
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