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    Senior Member astutekitty is on a distinguished road
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    Gas Stove or Electronic Stove

    Hi

    What will you use for your kitchen?

    Gas Stove or Electronic Stove?

    Please share your experience or comments.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Member Floren is on a distinguished road
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    I prefer electric stove, safer also if forgot to off the fire haha. I have a mini electric pad/stove and I love it because it can cook very fast! Boiling water to boiling point to cook noodles etc takes less than 2 minutes while this can take over 5 mins on a gas stove.

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    Senior Member astutekitty is on a distinguished road
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    Hi Floren

    Thank you for your reply.

    Hmm ... Since it is using electricity, in comparison of the usage via $$$ wise, which one do you think is more cost effective?

    Will the electricity of the electric stove goes higher than you use ordering gas for gas stove?

    Sorry ahz, abit auntie =P

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    Member Floren is on a distinguished road
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    Hmm I think electric cost more haha but not sure how much more. But normally after work dont have much time to cook le so I prefer electric cos it can heat up pans and water very fast, makes cooking fast and fun lols.

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    I prefer electric, more convenient and dont need to get pple to come and change it everytime it runs out ahaha

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    if cannot decide... have both... haha...
    but the electrial plates are not cheap...

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    Electric stoves may be convenient but add to your hefty electric bill. You may try induction hubs , they are faster than gas and electric stoves though .

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    hm is electric stove different from induction hub?

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    Quote Originally Posted by astutekitty View Post
    Hi

    What will you use for your kitchen?

    Gas Stove or Electronic Stove?

    Please share your experience or comments.

    Thanks in advance.



    is better to use electronic stove dear=0) for safety and more efficient

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    I would go for induction cooker as it heats faster and is more energy-efficient compared to an electric hob. And it's easiest to clean and take care too!

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    Senior Member astutekitty is on a distinguished road
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    Thanks everyone ...

    I maybe considering of either an electronic stove or induction cooker ...

    As what sunnygalisbobo said "...dont need to get pple to come and change it everytime it runs out" =P

    Hmmm but what is an induction cooker? Is those cooking devices that stack up and cook at the same time?

    Will the food taste nice when everything cook in a "same container"?

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