August 8, 2008, Newsletter Issue #381: Non-Reactive Pans Ideal For Cooking

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A non-reactive pan is one made of clay, copper, enamel, glass, plastic or stainless steel. Stainless steel pans are the most common of the non-reactive pans. It is durable and although it does not conduct heat well, it usually has aluminum or copper on the bottom to assist with that process. Glass cookware is another common form of cookware, which retains heat very well, but conducts it poorly.

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