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Personally I cook my wine off as quickly as possible i.e de-glazing the pan. Sometimes it boils so quick it ignites. Setting fire to all the hair on my arms (happened yesterday at work).


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It will not work well. A comment on the American Amazon site claims that a magnet will not stick to the pot. The pot also does not have a heat diffusion bottom with extra material that could be magnetic. Stainless steel can be made magnetic, but most is not.


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You can call the manufacturers and ask them if it is "INDUCTION READY" The packaging & the insert with specifications & instructions should say that. Youu can ask the customer service at Amazon too, may be they will have the answer. But I also located an answer on the internet, which I am including the link: ...


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I assume you mean what temperature would your food be after microwaving it? It depends on the food. A microwave isn't getting hot like an oven does. It shoots microwaves at your food which causes the food to heat up a certain amount. The amount it heats up depends a lot on its water content, mass, etc. A microwave is going to transmit a fixed amount ...


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It is impossible to convert Microwaves into Celsius or Fahrenheit. Temperature(Celsius): Temperature is a measure of the average translational kinetic energy of the molecules of a system. Heat is commonly expressed in either of two units: the calorie, an older metric unit, and the British thermal unit (Btu), an English unit commonly used in the United ...


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Simple answer: "There is nothing hotter than boiling" as it was neatly explained to me once. The boiling point of any liquid is simply the point at which it turns into vapor. It's not going to get any hotter under normal kitchen conditions. Higher heat will just make it evaporate faster. Jon Hanna's answer to this question is a good explanation of the ...


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If you want a purpose-made diffuser, you can buy it online instead of trying to substitute something else. For example, Amazon has a large selection.


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I see absolutely no reason not to do that. As you say, the very nature of diffusers is that they aren't smooth. Keep in mind that it's not just extreme heat that you want to avoid, but also extreme changes in temperature. So you want to heat the tagine with the implement that you are using as a diffuser. Also, unglazed earthenware tagines are usually ...



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