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When comparing stainless steel cookware you need to first consider what is most important to you. If the lowest price is the most important to you then consider shopping for the cheapest stainless steel cookware you can find at Wal-Mart, Costco or other discount stores. There is nothing wrong with shopping at these stores, I do all the time; it is just that you will not find great quality stainless steel cookware at these stores.

With quality stainless steel you get what you pay for as with most quality items. For even heating without hot spots or burning in some areas you need weight. Good stainless steel cookware is heavy. Having a thick bottom layer on the cookware allows for even heat distribution (Sugar Test) and will allow the food to stay hot in the cookware for some time after the heat source is removed.

Good quality stainless steel cookware is 304 Surgical Stainless Steel. Some companies like SaladMaster use 316 Surgical Stainless Steel which costs more but has no add value when cooking.

Surgical Stainless Steel is non-porous so it is healthier and does not leach toxins and poisonous heavy metals into your food.

When Surgical Stainless Steel cookware is used in conjunction with a steam control valve in the lid you get the added benefit of "Waterless Cooking" which offer many health benefits.

 

 

Below is a comparison between good surgical stainless steel waterless cookware and our best 7-ply surgical stainless steel waterless cookware.

Compare Stainless Steel Cookware 5-Ply vs 7-Ply

 

The number of ply's refers to the bottom of the cookware that comes in contact with your cook top. 7-Ply Sets have 2 more layers than 5-Ply Sets. Those 2 layers are:

1.Carbon Steel

2. Extra Layer of 304 Surgical Stainless Steel

 

The carbon steel layer gives the 7-ply set better heat distribution and will keep food hotter longer while using less energy to cook the food. The 7-Ply Set works best with "Induction Stoves" due to the carbon steel layer though the 5-Ply Set will work with induction stoves as well. The cost to manufacture the 7-ply cookware is higher.

The other difference between our 5-ply sets and our 7-ply sets is that the High Dome Cover in the 7-Ply Set has a 7-ply bottom so you can use it as a skillet on your cook top. You "cannot" use the High Dome Cover in the 5-ply set on your cook top. You can only use it as a lid for your skillet or your stock pot.

 

Here are the layers in our 5-Ply Sets starting with the bottom that comes in contact with your cook top:

1. Ultra AISI 430 Stainless Steel

2. Aluminum Alloy: bonding agent, heat transfer

3. Pure Aluminum: fast, even heat distribution

4. Aluminum Alloy: bonding agent, heat transfer

5. 304 Surgical Stainless Steel

 

Here are the layers in our 7-Ply Sets starting with the bottom that comes in contact with your cook top:

1. Ultra AISI 430 Stainless Steel

2. Aluminum Alloy: bonding agent, heat transfer

3. Pure Aluminum: fast, even heat distribution

4. Aluminum Alloy: bonding agent, heat transfer

5. 304 Surgical Stainless Steel

6. Carbon Steel

7. 304 Surgical Stainless Steel

 

The inside and outside of both the 5-ply and 7-ply sets is 304 Surgical Stainless Steel. Even when you compare our 5-ply stainless steel cookware to sets sold through direct sales waterless cookware companies you will notice that our cookware is significantly heavier.

 

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