Best Cookware Sets-Explained

When we go shopping for the best cookware sets, what comes to our mind first? The shape, size, design, and color -- right? What if I tell you these should be the least of your concerns as there are more important things that qualify it to be the "best"? First of all, you need to decide whether you need a cookware or a showpiece.. People get attracted to them as if they are going to use them as show-pieces instead of for cooking food. For cookware to be called 'best', it should fully serve its purpose - cook in the healthiest way possible. The color and design on the surface don't really make a great deal of difference. great cookware sets for 2019 and beyond has some nice tips on this.

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The problem with sets available in the market is that they are made from materials that leach toxins while cooking. Metals like aluminum, iron, nickel, magnesium, molybdenum, lead -- all subject to react with water, nutrients, vitamins & minerals, proteins and carbs that are in the form of halogens, acids and bases. Conventional ceramic cookware made from ceramic clay, porcelain, stoneware and the glazes and enamel used for coating is a composition of different chemicals, oxides, and metals.

Cooking is a chemically transformational process. Metals leach ions at cooking temperature, which then react with food (a biochemical entity) while heat acts as a catalyst. These metal ions then assimilate with food and accumulate in tissues, organs, and blood over time. If this goes on for a long time, several health problems may arise ranging from minor illnesses and allergies to chronic diseases.

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Moreover, metals and ceramics cook with excessive and uneven heat to food, the temperature is high at the bottom than at the top. Such a harsh heat damages delicate nutrients and leaves food nutritionally depleted. Luckily, there is a material that is perfect for making cookware. Its origin lies in our ancient history when people used to cook in clay cookware. They were probably more aware than us about the harmful effects of using chemicals and metals in cookware.

However, there is a material that is 100% pure and is perfect for making cookware - pure clay. Pure clay pots are free from metals or chemicals and do not leach toxins into food. This primary clay can be harvested in its purest form from unfarmed and non-industrialized lands and care needs to be taken to not use any chemicals, glazes or enamels while making cookware. You can test this by doing a simple alkaline baking soda test at home. Not only is it the safest material but the unique far-infrared heat it generates cooks your food thoroughly without damaging nutrients.


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Microwave ovens are perfect for cooking and heating leftover foods. Now, you can buy microwave prepare food in the nearest department store and you can just put it in the microwave and you can have your own dinner. Forget about turning on the gas range or the hassle of chopping ingredients because microwave ovens are here to be of helped to mankind.


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