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Cookware

Fat free stainless steel cookware

dan10 | Aug 21, 201810:31 PM     10

I'm considering a set of stainless steel cookware from either All-Clad or Inoxia

Both cookwares are made of 18/10 stainless steel but Inoxia states you can cook fat free in their cookware:

During the use of the cooking unit the heat accumulates in the high-thickness structure of the capsular base, which spreads it back gradually and uniformly inside the pot, so that foods can be cooked without water or fats addition.

Is this true for All-Clad? (or any cookware made of 18/10 stainless steel with 5-ply construction?) Otherwise what is the technical feature allowing for the water/fat free cooking in Inoxia?

Inoxia

All-Clad

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