Cooking with Gas

Cooking with gas at home can take your cooking to the next level

Restaurants around the globe use gas in their kitchens because of the fast heating and totally precise temperature control. Because the flame of a gas cooktop is centralized, it allows for even distribution of heat too, which reduces scorching. You can get really creative with gas as well. Butane torches mean you can char and caramelize with the best of them.


Cooking with gas is safer and cheaper

The gas flame and the heat it emits immediately disappears when turned off, whereas most electric stoves and cooktops will keep emitting heat while it cools. And cooking with gas isn't confined to the kitchen either. Cooking on a gas BBQ makes outdoor entertaining fun and easy. Cooking with gas can be more than 50 percent cheaper than electricity too, which means you can cook more for less.


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