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Benefits of Infrared Gas Grills – Boston, Sudbury, MA

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

West Sport in Sudbury, MAQUICK PREHEAT, EASY GRILLING: Preheat your infrared grill on high in as little as 3-5 minutes! Infrared heat cooks food faster as well. Life is bus and sometimes don't have time to grill after work during the week. This quick pre-heat and faster cook time allows you to grill more during the week and not just on the weekends anymore!

JUICIER FOOD: Infrared grilling means your food will retain up to 35% more of its own natural juices, which produces incredibly tender and juicy results.

EVEN HEAT: Infrared grills can provide very even heat distribution across the grill, reducing the hot and cold spots often found on non-infrared grills.

STEAKHOUSE QUALITY SEARING: The majority of infrared grills reach incredibly high searing temperatures to produce mouthwatering, restaurant quality steaks. That said, infrared grills are not just high heat grills anymore. Technology has improved over the years and several infrared grills allow you to cook with precise control on low heat as well.

MINIMAL FLARE-UPS: One of the most inconvenient hassles of traditional gas grills are the unpredictable flare-ups. Infrared grilling drastically reduces the chance of flare ups.

ENERGY EFFICIENT: Compared to traditional gas grills, infrared grills burn less gas to reach the same temperature, saving you money on fuel.

EASY CLEAN-UP: Most infrared grills are super easy to clean, by simply turning the temperature to high when finished cooking. This will turn any food particles and residue into ash for a quick and easy clean-up!

What is an Infrared Gas Grill?

For many people, the idea of infrared is somewhat of a mystery. Infrared Gas Grills maximize flavor, energy, and convenience by utilizing an infrared cooking system as opposed to a convection cooking system found on traditional gas grills.

All food is surrounded by a moisture boundary, which is a layer of air and water molecules. The hot air generated by other grills can’t penetrate this boundary without disturbing it, so food is exposed to the drying elements of hot air as it cooks. Infrared energy doesn’t disturb the moisture boundary, so food retains up to 35% more of its own natural juices, remaining tender and juicy.

Infrared gas grills have been around since the late 70s when the first ceramic infrared burner was patented and brought it to the BBQ industry. Since then, innovation has brought several different cooking systems and brands to the infrared grill industry and their popularity continues to grow.

For more information on SABER gas grills with infrared burners, contact West Sport in Sudbury. To see SABER gas grills in action, come to our demo day on Saturday, May 27th. Receive $200 in gas grill accessories with the purchase of any SABER gas grill.

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