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Katlyn_VA | Oct 25, 201809:55 AM     6

Today at work I heard something from my coworkers that I've never heard before. They think that cookware sets are cheaper in quality than buying the exact same items separately. I thought this was absurd but figured I would go on the internet to see if there is any truth to their claims. I have a stainless steel cookware set that is perfectly fine and my I know my mother has had her set for 15 years and it still looks and cooks great. I thought that buying the pieces separately was for people who needed just a few items or if you're slowly adding to your cookware as you need it. What's everybody's opinion?

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