Why RACV Club chefs cook with induction cooktops
Professional kitchens are increasingly moving towards using induction cooktops. Why the change? RACV City Club Executive Chef Jason Camillo explains the benefits.
Choosing between gas, electric and induction cooktops can be tricky when renovating a kitchen or building a new home, but induction cooktops are increasingly seen as the best option. Victorian households are being encouraged to switch to induction cooktops to reduce energy costs and transition to a cleaner energy future through renewable solar energy.
At the RACV City Club, Executive Chef Jason Camillo has worked with several different cooktops and views RACV’s move to induction as beneficial. "Due to the increase in gas costs, and in line with RACV as a whole moving towards a cleaner energy future, we have started to change our cooktops to induction, which are more energy efficient and use cleaner energy," Camillo says. “Our restaurant Sojourn in New Chancery Lane has induction, along with our newly refurbished bistro hot buffet section."
Along with installing an induction cooktop, upgrading old household appliances could save you money on your energy bills too.