6 advantages of cooking with Electric Cookers:
The first electric cookers appeared at the end of the 19th century and began to compete with gas cookers in the 1920s. Electric cookers offer consumers financial savings over their gas counterparts initially. Buyers also liked the speed at which electric cookers cooked food.
However, it took a while for the electric stoves to get ahead. Modern electric cookers continue to compete with gas cookers, offering a variety of advantages for cooking at home.
Electric cookers offer energy efficiency, making them a greener option for your home.
2- Temperature in the kitchen
Some electric cooking styles, such as an induction cooker, keep your kitchen cooler than a gas stove, while providing all the heat you need to cook food quickly and efficiently. There are no open flames heating the surrounding air.
Electric stoves provide greater security. There is no open flame and there is a cooler cooking surface, reducing the risk of burning.
In addition there is less risk of the environment being flooded with Carbon Dioxide, and producing serious consequences later.
The element in an electric cooker offers an accurate measurement of the temperature that is the regulated knob. Most brands label knobs with specific temperatures. While in a gas stove you control the temperature levels with your eyes, in an electric kitchen you know the temperature of the electric resistance. This translates into fewer possibilities for a burnt meal and consistent and reliable cooking temperatures for the most demanding recipes.
5- Fast cleaning
The surface of some electric cookers are designed to be cleaned easily and quickly once the unit cools down. An example would be a glass lid unit.
In general terms, electric stoves cost less than gas stoves. Because they plug in and need little or no ventilation, an electric stove also saves on remodeling costs.