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Debbie Deutsch
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Default KitchenCraft cookware and waterless cooking

zxcvbob > wrote in

> But what I learned from all this, and it was a good lesson, is that if
> you turn the heat down you can cook in a covered stainless steel pan
> with very little water or fat. And the food doesn't stick. Any
> stainless steel cookware will stick badly if the heat is too high.
> And any well-made stainless cookware will cook "waterless" if you have
> the flame adjusted right -- and a lot lower flame than you would
> expect. Now I often cook "waterless" in my old revereware and my one
> piece of calphalon.
> Best regards,
> Bob

And that is exactly what I expected was true. Thanks for confirming it.


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