NEXT-LEVEL INDUCTION COOKING IS HERE, AND IT’S STRAIGHT OUT OF THE JETSONS OR JAMES BOND’S KITCHEN
BY AMANDA McCOY
Much like cassette tapes and pagers, conventional stovetops might one day be a forgotten relic, an outdated technology that younger generations won’t recognize. And this day may be closer than you think with the introduction of Invisacook, a revolutionary induction cooking system that, like its name suggests, sizzles vegetables, boils pastas, and brews tea all invisibly. The hub is completely hidden under the countertop and heats the pan directly through the surface, and because it cooks via magnetic induction, the countertop itself never gets hot, so there’s no risk of getting burnt. Each element has an independent countdown timer and continuously regulates temperature throughout the searing, simmering, and boiling process to ensure an even cook. So use the extra counter space in your indoor and outdoor kitchens, boats, and campers for more Calacatta granite.
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