No, the induction ones are self contained with a drop in cup. Not ones that go on a hob [quote=Anon32] Can you get one that works on the gas? Or just electric? Never really thought about this but I do like lattes[/quote]
Actually, fully skimmed froths up so much better than full. I'm not sure why they say full only. [quote=TheHun6]So what's the consequence of using Arla Best of Both skimmed milk instead of whole milk for the frothing process?[/quote]
Can you get one that works on the gas? Or just electric? Never really thought about this but I do like lattes
We do the same.
I make cappucino three to five times a week with mine, and the little ones often have frothy milk for a treat at night. Mine's literally always in use or in the dishwasher. So far from being the kind of thing for people who've run out of things to spend their money on, it strikes me that your comment is the kind of thing for people who've run out of useful things to say. For everyone else, I would strongly recommend looking for an induction style frother, because they're so much easier to clean - the cup can literally can go in the dishwasher.