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If you’re building a set of a cookware from scratch, depending on how you cook and how many people you cook for, you will want an assortment of skillets and pots, a stockpot, and lids. In boxed set. According to our industry experience, we count a lid as a piece, and it might fit more than one piece of cookware in the set. A set that contains more pieces might not be the smartest choice if you use only a few and the rest take up space in your cabinet. Note: Utensils and even a cookbook can count as pieces of a set.
It is highly to choose stainless steel cookware with “capsuled bottom”. The term “capsule bottom” means that the bottom of the pot uses clad construction. Often, clad cookware involves layers of stainless steel sandwiched around a layer of Aluminum and iron and a magnetic layer in outer layer, which helps with even heating and workable on induction cooker. Stainless steel cookware with single bottom will occur some hot spot when it was boiling which is annoying and unsafe.
Aluminum itself can not conduct on induction cooker, so a metal disc to insert on the bottom is necessary if you want to use it on induction cooker. When its bottom shows up with spiral bottom or with color painting, it doesn’t with induction bottom.
The product shall be stable when placed empty without the lid on a 5° inclined surface in the least favorable position, except for products whose intrinsic design features preclude them from complying with this requirement, e.g. certain woks.