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15 minutes ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

Some research too now, about dangers of gas hobs because of the small amounts of "fumes" released on combustion, excluding CO2 and water.

Folk have been using them for decades, I'm not sure there really is that much danger....

When we get the kitchen done, we'll definitely be moving from Gas to Induction, Mrs Sweep has already spotted some sort of AGA thing with induction plates on it that she reckons we're getting

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1 hour ago, Sweep said:

Folk have been using them for decades, I'm not sure there really is that much danger....

When we get the kitchen done, we'll definitely be moving from Gas to Induction, Mrs Sweep has already spotted some sort of AGA thing with induction plates on it that she reckons we're getting

Like I said, research newly done.

Perhaps it's a build up of particulates or something, I don't know. 

Plenty of things mankind has done before which we wouldn't do now.

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3 hours ago, jayjayoghani said:

Another recent convert to induction here, and very happy to be. Most of our cookware was already steel or iron so not too much thrown out. Had to upgrade our supply to 32A though. 

As above/below, you can get 240v

Cant have all rings on max but christmas dinner still works

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15 hours ago, Casino said:

our induction was pretty cheap

 

not necessarily through choice, but more that we are limited to 240v as we only have one 'big' supply to the kitchen

It’s your current (amps) limited by the size of feeder cable and Miniature Circuit Breaker MCB in Distribution Board (consumer unit). Your “big” supply is probably 32 amps goes to old oven faceplate and everything else is on a ring main for plug outlets .

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3 hours ago, green genie said:

It’s your current (amps) limited by the size of feeder cable and Miniature Circuit Breaker MCB in Distribution Board (consumer unit). Your “big” supply is probably 32 amps goes to old oven faceplate and everything else is on a ring main for plug outlets .

Aye.

My question above wasn't clear, as I was asking what is connected to his current "big supply" if he can't use it for his induction hob.

Cannabis farm? 😁

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1 hour ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

Once made a prawn curry: it was by far the hottest thing I've ever tasted. The capsaicin level was so high, my lips would tingle before the food was in my gob!

Neither of us could eat it.

A large pot of natural yoghurt is your friend

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17 minutes ago, stevieb said:

Got ourselves the Mowgli cook books for Christmas. 

Currently working our way through... Agra chicken last night and keema tonight

Has anyone tried making roti's or any breads? Is it worth the hassle? 

Are they in the 30 minute cookbook?

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39 minutes ago, stevieb said:

Got ourselves the Mowgli cook books for Christmas. 

Currently working our way through... Agra chicken last night and keema tonight. 

Has anyone tried making roti's or any breads? Is it worth the hassle? 

you need the proper mix from our friends down DAUBHILL 

then a flat pan thing to cook in on 

better with a Gas hob 

or a HOT grill 

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1 hour ago, stevieb said:

Got ourselves the Mowgli cook books for Christmas. 

Currently working our way through... Agra chicken last night and keema tonight. 

Has anyone tried making roti's or any breads? Is it worth the hassle? 

Yes it is.

They're piss easy. Flour, water and maybe a touch of oil. A tandoor is the best way to cook them, but we don't have them in out homes, so a hot plate suffices.

Naans take a bit more time as they're levened.

 

 

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