~This is what I'm talking about when I talk about 'induction': https://www.amazon.co.uk/Severin-Induction-Electric-Variable-Temperature/dp/B00ABXE9SA The heat transfer is from the base unit, and the spinning frother part just slots onto a sealed nub - and pops off again just as easily for cleaning. All the working parts are in the base, so there's nothing to stop the cup going in the dishwasher - like any other cup - and you also don't have to clean around moving parts that are fixed in place, which would be a faff. The one I linked above is very expensive, but it's a good make. I got a refurb of the previous model for about 40 quid, and I have zero regrets.
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.