Pulse and Glide in the Home

Discussion in 'Emissions' started by MustangConvert, Sep 15, 2013.

  1. MustangConvert

    MustangConvert New Member

    Save gas and energy.
    Pulse and glide is very easy to do on the stove. Of course, just like automobiles it is more efficient and easy to do with an electric stove. Place the pot of food you wish to cook on top of the burner. Set the temperature as desired -- high, medium, etc. For best results use a temperature gauge (AKA thermometer). When the burner hits its max temperature, turn off the burner. When the temperature gauge shows a drop of 10 degrees, turn the burner back on. Repeat the process over and over until the cooking is done.
    Optionally to save additional electricity, use a bicycle to generate the power.

    There you have it: pulse and glide in the kitchen. Incidentally, this will also work in the shower to save on hot water.

    Read more: http://priuschat.com/threads/kindof-hypermiled-in-the-shower-this-morning.131920/#ixzz2ey7vLJtc

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