A gas cooktop spreads the flame in a circle under the pot. This provides an even heat distribution over the entire burner and eliminates the possibility of scorched, burned on food.
Food cooks faster using less power. Induction is safer, as there is no flame or element to ignite fumes or cause burns. Choose the right cookware: As the induction hob uses powerful electromagnets to heat food, only cookware with a metal base that conducts a magnetic field is suitable for use on this cooker.