Ranges have always been the workhorse of the kitchen. Here's what to look for when you buy one.
Range manufacturers have been adding features to make units more user-friendly and attractive, but the basic equipment and its functions are much as they have been for years. But one range type is relatively new. Induction ranges have become a well-received alternative to standard gas or electric cooking units. These units are as fast as gas, powerful and don't add waste heat to the kitchen. Unfortunately, no American manufacturer yet makes a full floor-mounted induction range unit. ...
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