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Induction is starting to take an important place in our households. Many have been convinced by its benefits and started installing induction cookers in their home. However, before making such changes, it is important to be aware of what is compatible with these cookers and what isn’t. You would not like to be able to use your favorite dish anymore! Since induction works with a magnetic field instead of a bottom sitting on a flame as for gas cookers, induction cookers will not heat every pans or cocottes. Therefore, are induction cookers ideal for cooking? Can you use porcelain on induction?

The pros and cons of cooking on induction

Let’s first understand why induction cookers are attracting more and more people. The first well known benefit is the fact that cooking on induction is way faster than any other cookers thanks to the electromagnetic process used for induction cookers. Secondly, you can easily control the temperature of your dishes. Unlike for gas or electric stoves, you have the possibility to find the perfect temperature you want to reach. Finally, induction is known to be more eco-friendly. Because of the transferring process, less energy is consumed. Also, unlike gas, no carbon dioxide is released in the air.

As any other products, induction cookers have its drawbacks. The first being the price. Since its benefits are multiple, induction cookers are way more expensive than gas and electric cookers. Moreover, you can use only a few types of pans and casseroles on these cookers. Due to its particular electromagnetic mechanism, not all dishes are compatible with induction.

Porcelain and induction

Without giving too many technical details, induction works thanks to a cooper wire. This cooper wire, when it’s in contact with a metal, an electric current passes though it because both are conductible. Thus, in principle, porcelain dishes are not compatible with induction because this material is not conducting electricity. Porcelain has many advantages such as being non-porous and food-safe, but conductibility is not one of them! If you use porcelain on induction, it will not break or make any damages on your dish or cooker. It will simply not heat!

Revol, as a porcelain manufacturer was not able at the beginning to offer products to induction cookers’ users. Seeing this induction trend, we could not stay inactive. Hence, after many years of research and development, we created a 100% high-grade ceramic for induction users. We could not let them down! Our Revolution cocottes saw the light. These cocottes are compatible with induction! They are also oven safe, gas safe and diswhasher safe.

Induction safe porcelain cookware: REVOLUTION
Dishwasher safe Revolution Pot

The Revolution cocottes

You are certainly wondering why these Revolution cocottes are the best to use induction. Here is what you need to know! The Revolution cocottes are available mainly for professionals. However, if you want to purchase them for your home don’t hesitate to contact us. Our Revolution cocottes are made of high-grade ceramic apart from the handle which is stainless steel. Unlike cast iron, these cocottes are very light but still as strong! They are a great alternative if you think cast iron are too heavy for your back.

Moreover, it was important for us to offer the same quality and benefits as our other products. Made of natural materials, the cocottes are food-safe and non-porous. It is free of any chemicals or heavy metals. These ceramic cookware can be used on induction and electric stoves, in the oven and even in the microwave (without the lid). So convenient, you can use the same cookware for different recipes. You can check some recipes ideas here. And, on top of that, this product benefits from a lifetime warranty!

The Revolution cocottes are available in many sizes and many colors.

Ideal pot for stews and sauces