So what IS induction - and how does it work? Induction refers to the generation of heat using magnetism, so the induction-cooker element (or "burner" on traditional stoves) is a high-frequency magnet that puts off an electromagnetic field. When a piece of magnetic material (a cooking vessel) is placed into this field, energy is transferred, or conducted, into the material causing it to become hot. By controlling the amount of electromagnetism put off by the element, you can control how much heat is transferred to the cooking vessel, which will determine how fast the food is cooked.
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