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Calantha Cookware May 29th, 2017 - 09:09:38
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The Revere brand is coming from a very good lineage of cookware and kitchen products. The same people who brought us the ECKO brand, Chicago cutlery and Pyrex brand has also brought us Revere cookware. The design of Revere cookware uses copper in the base, for maximum heat conduction. It uses stainless in the body of the cookware so that the cooking surface is a non-reactive to food. Revere has a 25 year limited warranty on their cookware.
This property is advantageous for many types of cooking (for example, non-enameled cast iron skillets excel at browning and searing meat because of this property), but cast iron cookware is not ideally suited for dishes that require rapid temperature changes. Also, cast iron cookware must be seasoned to protect against rust, to prevent acidic food from reacting with the cookware, and to prevent food from sticking (a well seasoned cast iron pan is almost as stick resistant as a modern "non-stick" pan) and care must be taken when cleaning cast iron cookware not to remove the seasoning.
In addition to frequently being non-magnetic, stainless steel`s thermal properties are not well suited for cookware (inductive or otherwise); carbon steel and cast iron both conduct heat much better than does stainless steel. Interestingly, the cookware materials with the best thermal conductivity, aluminum and copper, are non-magnetic and are both quite reactive, so there is really no one material that is ideal for induction cookware. However stainless-steel clad cookware, the fourth type of induction-ready cookware, is made from several different types of metals resulting in cookware that has the desirable properties of each.