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Rich Bednarski
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Default KitchenCraft cookware and waterless cooking

"Rick & Cyndi" > wrote in message
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> Well... I have the distinct advantage of being a former salesman
> of Waterless cookware back in the 80s - but it was for a short
> time because I didn't like the way the way they were priced and I
> wasn't going to try to force somebody to pay for something that
> even I couldn't afford.

You keep missing the point. If this stuff was so great why wouldn't a
reputable company manufacture and sell in in a more conventional manner?
Why, until the advent of ebay, could this cookware only be sold through a
demo/hardsell approach? If it can't stand up to the regular rigors of the
marketplace then how good can it be? If junk like Calphalon can be sold
conventionally but this stuff can't, well . . .

And for the record, just a few months ago I was at my county fair and sat
through the demo and tasted the food. There was nothing wrong with the food
but it was nothing so special about it to change how I cook.