Art of Cooking: World’s First Ever Cast Iron Induction Cooker by Vermicular

If you love to cook, you know why this is big news! Cast iron has been used for centuries for various cooking styles and dishes. Home cooks and professional chefs alike applaud its strength, durability, infusion of oils, spices, flavors and its ability to withstand high-cooking temperatures. Cast iron cookware can last decades, sometimes even longer.

First ever Musui-Kamado by Vermicular Cast Iron Induction Cooker
Musui-Kamado by Vermicular Cast Iron Induction Cooker

Most cast iron pots and pans can function for several purposes. However, it is unheard of to find one that can be used for baking bread, steaming vegetables, searing meats and making tasty stews all in one pot. Until now.

The Musui-Kamado by Vermicular is the world’s first ever cast iron induction cooker. It is made of enameled cast iron for non-stick and rust-resistance with an induction heating base. Its extremely small and precisely sealed lid enhances taste by keeping in moisture and nutrients. This allows for waterless cooking techniques and of course, extra flavorful dishes!

The creation of the Musui-Kamado Cast Iron Induction Cooker was a process that spans 3 generations of cast iron craftmanship in Nagoya, Japan. In 2010, brothers Kuni and Tomo Hijikata, started Vermicular. They transitioned from manufactured industrial casting to enamel cast iron cookware for its non-toxic and overall healthier properties.

This cast iron induction cooker gives chefs an easier and more convenient way to enhance dishes using this widely appreciated material in nearly every modern kitchen across the globe.