Help! My husband and I recently got a great deal on a Kenmore Elite 30' induction range from our local Sears Outlet. We had initially looked at a similar model with a standard electric cook top but when the opportunity to switch to the highly touted induction presented itself, we couldn't resist. As the delivery date approaches I find my self with a serious case of buyers remorse! How can it be this difficult to find decent quality induction capable pans that won't break the bank!? (I'm looking to spend around $200 - $250 for a set.)
I'm a novice cook and what little experience I have is solely with nonstick cookware so I'm eager to stick (no pun intended) to that surface. I have looked into an Infinite Circulon set that seems to be a pretty decent buy but there isn't much in the way of customer reviews for me to feel fully confident. Today I stumbled across a set from Cuisinart under their Green Gourmet line that touts a chemical free nonstick induction experience but about half of the reviews say that although it starts out great the pans eventually turn to junk.
Am I fooling myself into thinking that I can find the pans I need for the price I'm willing to pay???
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