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    xownhgeg is offline Assistant Cook
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    Default What type of cookwear is best?

    Hello,

    Does anyone own one of these? Any suggestions of what type of cookwear is best for a smooth top electric range? I am trying to decide if it is something I should buy, unless someone has a better suggestion? They just look so classy and look way esy to clean. any input thanks in advance.

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    jmmitchell3 is offline Assistant Cook
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    Any type of cookware is compatible for a smooth top electric range but when you ask about the best, what's your criteria? I think nonstick cookware sets are suitable especially if you're emphasizing on easy cleanup and food release.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmmitchell3 View Post
    Any type of cookware is compatible for a smooth top electric range but when you ask about the best, what's your criteria? I think nonstick cookware sets are suitable especially if you're emphasizing on easy cleanup and food release.
    I'm totally agree with you man...you'r 100% good....that nonstick cookware sets are suitable especially in emphasizing on easy cleanup and food release.






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    They do not use much non stick in professional kitchens...and never forget that woks in chinese restaurants are rarely washed they are merely wiped out and off they go again....

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    u are right













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    While non-stick is great for easy clean-up, they are not as durable, nor do they impart that extra bit of flavor that comes with fond that you get from cast iron or stainless steel cookware. I am partial to vintage cast iron cookware and do about 90% of my cooking in them. The other cooking is done in stainless steel cookware with the exception of a non-stick electric griddle that my wife prefers to my cast iron griddle for making pancakes.

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    your artice is fine ,thinks!




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    hairreplace is offline Assistant Cook
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    I think "Orange 14-pc. Hard Anodized Nonstick Cookware Set by Rachael Ray" cookwear is the best for your home cooking.

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    I don't like non stick cookware because the non stick skin always remove and mix with our food, may be will impact with our health...



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    Now days with non-stick cookwares electronic cookwares are also famous!!!

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    kyenyen is offline Assistant Cook
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    nonstick cookware sets are suitable especially if you're emphasizing on easy cleanup and food release.

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    I think nonstick is nice but the types of nonstick surface is somewhat to concern. It's about food safety.
    I rather prefer stainless cookware for this point.
    Anyway, I suggest everyone having a quality nonstick pan. It's very useful.

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    You should go with Non-stick Cookware.

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    Some metals are better heat conductors than others. For instance, copper is a particularly good heat conductor whereas stainless steel is not. What this means in terms of cookware is that the better the heat conductivity the better and the more evenly your food will cook. It also means that when you turn the heat up or down the copper cookware will react a lot quicker to the temperature change than stainless steel cookware.

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