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On 15/06/2021 16:26, Michael Trew wrote:
> On 6/15/2021 4:56 AM, S Viemeister wrote:
>> On 15/06/2021 05:40, Michael Trew wrote:
>>
>>> I'd never want induction.* If my cast iron pans don't work, it's a
>>> useless stove to me.

>>
>> I use a gas cooktop, but also have a single-burner induction unit. My
>> cast iron pans work perfectly on the induction burner. I use a disc of
>> baking parchment or one of those round silicone baking mats, between the
>> burner and the cast iron, to avoid scratching the surface.
>>

>
> I suppose that I'm just not used to the technology, but putting
> parchment paper on the stove surface is very off putting to me.* It
> doesn't get too hot?


No, it doesn't. That's one of the magical benefits of induction!
But having found a suitably sized round cake tin liner, I use that
instead - looks nicer, and easy to rinse off any spills.