using a simmer plate on gas range. Why not?
Hi. I'm range shopping. After reading old posts, it seems that some have concerns about whether or not the "pro-style" gas ranges simmer decently.
If I DO end up with a gas range that simmers poorly, is it that big a deal to use a simmer plate? I don't have experience with these (except under a percolator in a camper) but is the solution that simple?
I've never had problems simmering with previous cooktops but none were especially high powered except the induction which of course simmered beautifully.
I guess I'm just hoping it's not an issue if one is willing to pull out the plate. Appreciate any guidance! Thanks.