While American cooks have been using gas and electric heat generation for many decades, the induction cooktop has only recently made its way into the U.S. mainstream -- and it's causing a stir. It offers features you just don't find with other cooktops, to the point that it can sometimes require newbies to rethink the way they cook. And almost all of those features are positive. Here, test your knowledge of the pros, cons, and "Really?" aspects of induction cooking.
Question 1 of 10
An induction cooktop employs which fundamental force to generate heat:
Question 2 of 10
Induction cooktops have been around since:
Question 3 of 10
Cooks who switch to induction from electric or gas may have to:
Question 4 of 10
Why are induction cooktops "greener" than gas and electric?
Question 5 of 10
Induction cooktops may be a safer option for homes with small children because:
Question 6 of 10
Preparing which of the following foods is significantly easier using an induction cooktop?
Question 7 of 10
Which feature of induction cooking tends to throw people off when they first get started with a new cooktop?
Question 8 of 10
When using induction, a cook has greater control over the culinary outcome because:
Question 9 of 10
Doing which of the following takes more time on an induction cooktop:
Question 10 of 10