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Default waterless cookware

You can purchase a very good set of "waterless" cookware on eBay. Do a
search for "5-ply" stainless steel. I've owned a sets for about 5 years
now. Thier real claim to fame is that the multi-ply layering of stainless
steel and aluminum make them conduct heat very well throughout the entire
pan. You can cook with a much lower heat setting. Good luck with whatever
you decide.
"Dave Rasmussen" > wrote in message
> I recently started reading a little about these waterless steam cookware
> items. Alot of times now when I sort of steam/boil brocolli and such I

> the liquid for soup or something. I've never used a pressure cooker. So I
> was wondering the other day with my brisquet if I would have been ahead
> with a pressure cooker or these newfangled waterless cookware devices?
> As for oil in the pan, I usually cook with olive oil and not much. I pour
> fat off other things before I eat.