We have just bored with living at home in this quarantine. That's why we are planning an off-road trip next month with kids. Yes, we have disinfected our RV, and hopefully, lockdown would also be lifted. However, I need your suggestions about the use of right camping cookware and stoves. We have a gas cooking stove and grill, but according to my husband, we should take a portable induction stove with us.
Though induction stove could be a great idea and we can make our favourite dishes with great ease and can also avoid the mess of cleaning, but its price is too high. Do you think we should consider an induction stove? According to my husband, it would be a long-run investment that's why we don't care a lot about the pricing. But, before making any decision, I want to know your experiences. How long induction stoves work without any error or fault?
Secondly, I read many articles like this ( https://cookwareinsider.com/induction-cookware/
) which refers to specific induction cookware to use for induction stoves. Do you think it is necessary or we can use our stainless steel pans and pots? Most of our camping cookware doesn't have a nonstick coating. Do you think is it OK? I read magnetic cookware works effectively on induction cooktops. Is it right?
On the other hand, you can also suggest alternatives to induction cooking, but they should be fast and work for the long-term.