Also have a Joule. Works great from the inverter
and uses little electricity after bringing the water
up to temperature. No cleanup. Stores in a utensil drawer. We use it mostly to cook chicken and beef. Works with meat right from the freezer
that hasn't been defrosted.
If you have the inverter capacity, consider also:
- A portable one burner induction cook top . Easy to store. This is the best way to boil a large pot of water
for proper pasta. Propane
takes forever to boil and then can't keep it at a vigorous boil with the cooking
pasta. Less than $100 and stores easily.
- A Cuisinart Griddler - We now rarely use the bbq. This is faster and does a much better job than the typical "too shallow" boat
bbq that has hot spots and takes constant attention. Boneless chicken breasts will cook perfectly in 4 minutes. Burgers have a great sear without being overcooked in the middle. Grease drains away. Great for paninis, grilled cheese, grilled vegetables, etc. A bit of a storage