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Old 04-23-2016, 10:06 AM   #31
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I just purchased a new DACOr dual fuel. I looked very hard at induction but once I understood the "rulebook" (things you cannot do), I went with the dual fuel. I have a lot of cast iron so no issue there. Pans need to be very close to the sizes of the "burners". The killer for me is you can't bridge burners as I use cast iron grill plates often. Most of the models I researched say that if you use one side on full power, you cannot use the other side on full power. I do not have these restrictions on the dual fuel. My decision was based on listing what I do the most in the kitchen and that lead to a list of features.


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