[Homeroast] antique cory pots on glasstop range

Michael Koenig koenig.mike at icloud.com
Sun Oct 12 10:05:48 CDT 2014


I'm pretty sure that not only are the diffusers not necessary for the ceramic top stove, they are actually harmful to the surface. 

--mike 

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> On Oct 12, 2014, at 9:55 AM, kevin creason <ckevinj at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> For the first time since I was a wee little kid, I have a home with an
> electric range. Call me old and grumpy but I am having difficulty adjusting
> to this change. I like gas ranges better... oh well.
> I remember a few years ago there was some discussion about using the
> delicate glass pots on electric ranges. A diffuser was very important to
> protect the pot as I recall. However, there was a difference between the
> exposed burners and the glasstop ranges.
> My new range is a glass top. Do I need a diffuser? I believe the owner's
> manual for the range said it wasn't necessary, however I'm more concerned
> about what other Cory owners say.
> I googled it a little, but then I thought why not go to the horse's mouth
> and initiate a little discussion on our too-quiet list. ;-)
> 
> OK, go....
> 
> -Kevin
> /*“ I am looking for a lot of men who have an infinite capacity to not know
> what can't be done. ” -- Henry Ford  */
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