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December 27, 2020

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Peter Garrison

Just one less leaf blower does more for our citizens health than all those EV charging sites and home electric conversion ideas.

resident

Did y'all know that you need new pots and pans to go electric? I just read this.

Induction stoves tend to be pricier than their cooking cousins, but might save you money in the long run by using about 10% less energy than standard electric stoves. Still, there are other costs to consider: Unless you already cook on a magnetic material like cast iron, you’ll need to buy a new set of induction-ready pots and pans. You’ll also want to get an analog meat thermometer, as induction’s magnetic field can interfere with digital versions.

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