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kirth | Feb 14, 201909:03 AM     50

Hello, everyone. This is my first post here and I did my best to research the subject before joining the discussion. I hope I'm doing the right thing by creating a new thread. I just purchased a new GE Profile Induction range (PHS930SLSS) and am building a new set of cookware, as many of my existing pans are not compatible. The range arrives today, and I take delivery tomorrow of the following:

Demeyere 5-Plus 4-quart Stainless Steel Saucepan
Demeyere 5-Plus 11" Stainless Steel Skillet
Demeyere Atlantis 2.3-qt. Stainless Steel Saucepan
Demeyere Atlantis 8.5 qt Stainless Steel Stock Pot
Le Creuset Stainless Steel 3.5-qt. Saucier

My wife has a Zwilling Forte 10" non-stick skillet that she loves to use. It is claimed to be induction compatible, but testing the bottom with a magnet reveals a 2" circle in the center that does not respond. Will the heat spread enough for this not to be a problem, or should I look at replacing this pan?

She also has a 9.5" cast iron skillet and a La Creuset ECI Dutch oven that I understand should not cause any problems. Are there any obvious gaps that I need to fill? Anything you would particularly recommend for induction cooking?

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