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Calantha Cookware May 29th, 2017 - 09:05:19
Unlike gas and conventional electric cooking elements, induction elements do not heat up and then transfer heat to the pot or pan. Instead, they directly heat the pot or pan via magnetic hysteresis loss. While the home cook or restaurant chef has no need to understand the details of magnetic hysteresis, he or she must be aware that induction cooking only works with pans made of a ferrous (magnetic) material and will not work with aluminum, glass or ceramic cookware. In addition, although steel is normally magnetic, some stainless steels are actually non-magnetic alloys unsuitable for induction cooking.
This cookware set is constructed of aluminum with a porcelain enamel exterior and a non-stick interior. The aluminum core allows for quick and even heating of food, as aluminum is an excellent heat conductor. The outside of the cookware is porcelain enamel. Porcelain enamel is quite stain resistant and makes for very easy cleanup. The interior of the cookware is non-stick, allowing foods to easily slide from the pan onto your plate. Metal utensils will scratch the non-stick coating so the set does include 2 rubber utensils to allow you to easily remove the food from your pots and pans without damaging the interior.
Copper cookware has been around for a long time, it also expensive. Copper is one of the more expensive metals to use for anything, it is probably the reason why stainless, aluminum or the compositely bonded metal cookware became more popular. Recently, it has been returning to vogue, and for good reasons.
Aluminum is a material that is used in quality cookware, but only with certain applications. It is lightweight, and is best used as a core, or wrapped in another material such as stainless steel. The aluminum in the better cookware does not come in contact with food, as it tends to give food an "off" taste. This can be found in the cheapest of cookware, as all-aluminum pots and pans are inexpensive to make.