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Suggestions for lightweight nonstick cookware

kgrey | Mar 6, 201908:35 AM     27

As much as I didn’t want to admit it, it looks like my arthritis is going to force me to sell most of my very heavy copper cookware.

At least at this point in my life, my body is in desperate need of very lightweight cookware. I’d also like a nonstick set, to save from as much strain of cleaning as possible. At the same time I’d like something that isn’t total junk quality. Does that even exist? I’ve used someone else’s Scanpan - it’s heavier than I’d like, I’ve read some bad reviews about the nonstick wearing away, and I’m not sure I could ever bring myself to spend that much for it.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

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