Cook book

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CHOOSING A STOVE OR HOB 1. Gas hobs require only a small amount of electricity to light them, so choosing a gas/ electric hob is a great way to save power. 2. Choose ceramic hobs over solid plate ones as they are more efficient. 3. An induction hob uses a magnetic field to instantly heat up, even faster than gas. 4. The only drawback of the induction hob is that you will need to invest in magneticbased pots and pans, but the long-term benefits will soon pay off. 5. Choose a free-standing single- or doubleplate portable induction cooker that can sit on your countertop and plug directly into a wall socket.

6. The SABS approved IH Induction cooker uses 50% less power than a traditional hob and cooks up to 64 times faster. SLOW COOKERS, PRESSURE COOKERS AND ELECTRIC FRYING PANS: Meals with energy in mind Save power by using these energy-saving appliances to prepare your meals. 1. Slow cookers are more energy efficient for cooking dishes such as casseroles, curries and even puddings. They use only 300 watts to cook over 3 - 12 hours, which is more than 50% less than a traditional oven. 2. Pressure cookers use high pressure to cook food faster and save energy. 3. Electric frying pans save power and are versatile enough to use for almost anything.