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DCVinyl | Jan 5, 202004:35 PM     10

Hello I'm in the process of getting all new cookware. I previously had one of the T-Fal sets that you can get for cheap along with dollar store plastic utensils. I bought them before I even knew how to boil an egg, but 4 years later I'm loving the cooking experience and want to get quality cookware that wont break my bank. All I own now is a 12" nonstick pan, a wok, and some wooden cooking utensils. I want to purchase cast iron pans and stainless steel pots and pans. My question is what brands should I be investing in that wont break the bank but will last me for a long time if maintained properly? If you could list brands and leave links to where I can purchase them I'd greatly appreciate it.

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