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Cookware

Induction pots and pans

FLCHEFZ | Dec 17, 201403:16 PM     23

Recently switching to induction for my restaurant. I have been cooking out of my home for my online ordering/twice a week delivery business all done through social media. It has gotten very big and recently found a space to move into to try and ramp up business/production. I do not have a vent hood so I have purchased an induction range and induction tabletop burners along with other equipment. I have never used much for induction and need to start purchasing cookware, I have done a lot of research but am looking for advice on what works best for commercial type production at a reasonable price. Also considering purchasing some vintage CI through eBay. Thoughts?

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