Jenn-Air Induction Cooktop Demonstration from BAC

Have you heard people raving about Jenn-Air induction cooktops? If you’re used to using an electric or gas range, Jenn-Air induction cooktops may seem mysterious, but they’re really very easy to use. Watch this YouTube video of a Jenn-Air Induction Cooktop Demonstration from BAC Appliance Center, featuring the BAC executive chef, JoAnn Washburn.

Chef JoAnn demonstrates the basic functions and features of the Jenn-Air induction cooktop.  Induction cooking heats and cooks food just like any other type of cooking appliance, but it does it without generating heat at the cooking surface. Instead, the induction cooktop creates an electro-magnetic field that causes the pan metal to get hot, without substantially heating the cooktop surface. The energy is transferred directly to the bottom of the pan, so no heat is lost in the process. The two primary advantages of induction cooking are efficiencies in time and energy usage.

Induction cooking uses less electricity to heat the food, and does not heat up the air surrounding the cooking surface in the kitchen. You therefore save on the energy cost of cooking the food, and the energy cost of cooling the heated kitchen space. The Jenn-Air induction cooktop is easy to use, and easy to clean. With dual bridge burners for griddle use on both the left and right, and a 12” burner at the center, the Jenn-Air induction cooktop provides the best possible cooking surface to create your favorite meals.

To learn more about Jenn-Air induction cooktops and other home appliances, visit the BAC Appliance Center website.

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