Posted: May 25, 2020
Needless to say, we all live in the strangest of times. First, there was the scarcity of toilet paper because of hoarding and panic buying. Meat shortages are also expected as production plunges because of COVID-19 outbreaks at meat processing plants.
Now, consumers are having difficulty finding staple ingredients like flour and yeast on grocery shelves. The reason? It’s a simple case of demand outweighing supply. People locked in at home are baking their hearts out.
For the folks who are fortunate enough to have enough flour on hand and a propane stove/cooktop, they have an easier time when baking meals for the family.
Compared to propane, electric stoves take longer to respond to temperature changes, particularly when you’re adjusting the temperature down or turning the heat off. An added benefit is that a gas stove will continue to work during a power outage.
However, you can get even better performance from your propane gas range and save money on your propane costs with just a little investment of time and effort. Try these seven simple tips and tricks for your propane stove/cooktop and you’ll avoid using more propane than necessary.
As always, with Wilson Oil and Propane as your fuel supplier, you can rest assured that we will keep you well-stocked with all the propane you need to keep your home fires—and cooking—going.
Please feel free to reach out to us anytime if you have any questions or concerns. More than ever, remember this: We’re the People You Can Trust!