I honestly can’t remember the last time we used our propane stove. It was either during a dinner party or while we were boon-docking. In either case, it has been at least a couple of years since we used gas to cook in the RV. Now we use an induction cooktop, which has so many advantages.
- You save money when you use a campground’s electricity, rather than your propane.
- Adding an extra induction cooktop means you can have big dinner parties. 🙂
- In the heat of summer, you plug your induction cooktop into the RV on a table outside to keep your unit cool.
- When you cook outside, you keep cooking odours out of your rig. Apparently the lingering smell of cooked bacon reduces the resale value on an RV.
- Cooking outside (when done well) has the effect of winning friends and influencing people. Then you can have MORE dinner parties.
We now have 2 induction cooktops in our rig, our original Aroma, and a Kuraidori.
This is Ed using our Kuraidori induction cooktop to burn perogies. 🙂
Do you cook with gas or electricity? Please feel free to leave a comment!