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Cuisinart CB-30 Cast-Iron Single Burner, Stainless Steel
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- Heavy-duty cast iron plate for durability
- Powerful 1300 watts for quick heat-up and heat retention throughout cooking
- 6-setting adjustable temperature control from low to highest heat
- Ready and safety "on" indicator lights
- "Coil-less" cooking surface for easy cleanup
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The Cuisinart Cast-Iron Single Burner adds cooking space to any kitchen - or any place without a kitchen! Its powerful 1300 watts heat up quickly and retain high heat throughout cooking. The "coil-less" cast iron plate is durable and wipes clean in a snap. Premium brushed stainless steel looks elegant in any setting. A 6-setting temperature control offers total flexibility from low to highest heat - use it to keep foods warm, or to cook an entire meal. Ideal for entertaining and holidays when cooking for a crowd. And its compact and portable size make it ideal for small spaces anywhere without a kitchen, such as dorm rooms, boats, patios or RVs. This is a versatile tool that's a great addition to any kitchen - big or small!
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I occasionally help out a friend at trade shows, demonstrating cooking techniques, and we always use single gas burners. I bought this one for when I need a slow, low heat for a long time. Gas burners need to have the butane canisters changed fairly often where this one plugs in and stays hot for as long as you need it. At home however, gas burners will be a great back-up during power outages where this one would be worthless.
I decided to show how this burner works by making this short video. I hope that it is helpful to you! Thanks.
EDIT: I am including this information about the boiling water demonstration by request: I used a heavy-duty anodized aluminium pan; the water was room temerature (72 degrees Fahrenheit); and the experiment was conducted at approximately 700 feet above sea level.