My Wife and I have been using Silargan cookware since we got married in 2010 and enjoyed every bit of them. But as I have growing interests in cookwares in general thesedays...I was wondering what exactly Silargan is, in specific.
On the company website, it is advertised as non-porous, nickel-free ceramic...but I guess they are referring to the coasting of the surface. Then what is the material that is *underneath* this ceramic? Steel? Aluminum? Cast-Iron (I know Le Creuset and Staub have enamel coasting on top of cast-iron body)?
I look forward to hearing from you all...Thanks
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