Calantha Cookware May 29th, 2017 - 09:05:12
These days, people are just not satisfied with what their grandmothers used to eat. Their tastes are getting more discerning and more adventurous, with a fair majority willing to spend on good food and even willing to go the extra mile to get it. This amounts to more people seeking out good restaurants, good sources of the finest and freshest ingredients, and the ultimate best cookware set, the healthy cookware, to indulge in their passion for excellent food.
Lastly, some but not all non-stick cookware is induction-ready. When buying non-stick cookware, use the same rule as when buying stainless cookware. If you are buying the cookware in a store and have physical access to it, then you can use the magnet test; the cookware is induction ready if and only if a magnet sticks to the bottom. If you don`t have physical access, then unless the merchant or manufacturer states that the pan is induction ready, you should not purchase the pan for use with an induction cooktop.
Stainless steel cookware sets can be quite expensive, costing well over $2000 per set. Many of these sets are sold at state fairs or home shows, requiring a sales staff to promote the product which, in turn, drives up the price. However, there are many quality stainless steel cookware sets that you can purchase for between $200 and $300. These sets have all the great features of the expensive sets: durability, a waterless option, multi-ply for even heat distribution, lifetime warranties, etc.
The quality stainless steel 18/10 cookware sets are non-stick if used properly, meaning no high heat while cooking. Limited lifetime guarantee speaks volume about their quality. Stainless steel capped riveted handles and heavy gauge stainless steel with mirror finish exterior and satin finish interior rounds up an elegant, stylish functional cookware.