You’re about to make some of the best food you’ve ever made. But at the same time, you want to make sure you are cooking correctly and protecting your investment. Some key factors to note:
- You generally will want to cook on low to medium heat. We use a ton of aluminum in the core of our pans, which is a very conductive material. If you are used to using poor heat conductors like some non-sticks or cast iron, you may be used to overheating your pans. Overheating your pan can cause damage and is not necessary with premium cookware like Made In. It will also cause oil or food to burn to your pan, making cleanup an unnecessary pain.
- Never leave a piece of cookware on heat for an extended period of time, especially if the pot or pan is empty. This can cause severe damage.
- Do not add salt until your water is boiling. Salting your water early can cause pitting, which will not affect the performance of your cookware, but can be ugly. And no one likes ugly.
Learn more about the differences between stainless and nonstick here.