Stainless Steel Pots and Pans
“The U.S. Department of Agriculture Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University suggests that maximizing the nutritional quality of your diet may slow down age-related issues which are otherwise considered as inevitable.” As far back as 1982, the New York Times recognized this, and said,” The 3 R’s for nutrient preservation would be to decrease the amount of water used in cooking, reduce the cooking time and reduce the surface area of the food that’s exposed.” Proper waterless cooking does all three!
Waterless cooking isn’t, as its name suggests, totally free of water. Instead, a little bit of water is placed at the bottom of the pan or pot (usually 1/4 into 3/4 inch) and the lid is tightly secured to the cookware. Appropriate cookware layout then allows this small quantity of water to circulate and combine with the natural juices of the fruit or vegetable.
A fantastic set of waterless cookware will have several attributes: It’s usually made from a multi-ply layered structure for durability, rigidity and excellent Heat Transfer. if you want to buy a Stainless Steel Pots and Pans visit on http://nssteel.co.th/product.php?catid=36.
The covers will be designed and made to provide a tight, repeatable moisture seal. Since the heat is so evenly dispersed there is less likelihood of sticking or burning, making the pots easier to wash. Not to mention you don’t need to use oil to avoid sticking.
The knobs and handles should be quality, heat resistant plastics. The set should have different sized pots and pans for various jobs. You may want to have “see-through” covers to lessen the temptation to peek. And apparently, you should not have to break the bank to own it!