An induction stove uses 90% of the energy produced compared to gas burners (55% efficiency) and electric stoves (65% efficiency.) The way it produces heat is through electromagnetism of the stove acting on the pot; so in essence, the pot or pan heats up and does most of the cooking. This also means that the induction stove doesn’t get as hot as gas and electric stoves but it is able to heat food 50% faster than both.
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