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Knottyy Tests an Induction Cooktop with a Vac-It Pro Desiccator

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Published on Jan 28, 2013

Ok my oil loving friends, I'm coming with something different today. I'm sure some of you have seen either the Nuwave or Aroma Induction Cooktops around lately, and maybe you've thought about using one with your desiccator as opposed to a griddle to reduce temp variance. In this video I will be testing an Aroma Induction Cooktop with my Vac-It Pro vacuum chamber to see if it will work.

Induction cooktops vary from standard cooking stoves in that they do not utilize a heating coil, but rather use an electric current which produces an oscillating magnetic field that reacts with the iron in your pan, heating the pan itself. So if there is no iron in the pot/pan/desiccator then it will not work.

As you can see in the video, the Induction cooktop doesn't work with the Vac-It Pro container due to it being made of aluminum. So hopefully this video saves some of you the time and trouble of purchasing one of these yourself to use with your Vac-It Pro. I suppose you could purchase a large cast iron skillet, and place the Vac-It within that but that all sounds a bit hokey to me.




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