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Buying the Best in Stainless Steel Cookware


If you're looking for stainless cookware then you are already on the right track as far as kitchen equipment is concerned, but for the best outcome you will want to make sure you have professional stainless steel cookware. Running to the store and buying the first cookware set you see simply isn't going to work! There are a few reasons for this of course as not all products are of the same quality. Something that many people tend to forget is that buying your pans at the dollar store isn't really acceptable. They might work for a while, but this cheap stainless cookware will not hold up to the basic wear and tear that you would subject it to on a daily basis.

Does this mean all discounted pans are going to be utter trash? Not quite. In fact, there are quite a few cheaper 'Mart' level stores that have great professional stainless steel cook ware. It's all about being careful, and if you really want to end up with a high quality item, it would be in your best interest to buy only from brands you trust and brands you know.

Something important to note is that many of the major manufacturers are actually based in Europe now, and with that being the case, metric measurements are used for the pot thickness. For example 1.0 MM is actually 0.0394 inches in thickness. 0.5MM is in fact one half of that, and 2.0MM is twice the thickness. At term to use for these pots, of course, is Gauge which works in reverse. A larger gauge will result in a thinner pan, which means a 16 Gauge pan is 1.3MM thick.

These days' consumers seem to be opting for the more durable and heavy pans on the market, for example you have the 6 Gauge and even the 8 Gauge which are popular among individuals and professional cooks. Something to stay away from is the 12 or 14 Gauge pans as they are a bit too thin and will more than likely warp the moment you put them on the stove. It would be in your best interest to purchase heavy duty pans even though they might be a bit more expensive.

On that note, now would be a great time to start looking for the pans you need whether you search online for stainless steel pans or simple go to your local retail store. Remember to check the gauge and ensure you are getting what you need. When it comes to your pots and pans, the last thing you ever want to do is settle! That being said, it's time to get down to it and find the pot of your dreams.

 


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