The CBS Early Show recently had a segment titled "What You Need in Your Kitchen" .
Their guest was Annette Flores, a test kitchen manager at Williams-Sonoma, a very well known, high end kitchen supply company. She stated that itʼs important to have the right equipment in the kitchen because cooking with the proper tools can be just as important as the ingredients themselves. She recommended choosing quality over quantity and said itʼs better to spend a little more on a set of quality cookware that will last a lifetime. She said that quality stainless steel has the best heat conductivity and to look for a handle that is ergonomic-al and fits comfortably in the hand.
It really made me wonder, do people ever stop to consider the cookware theyʼre using to prepare the fuel that is the basis for their existence. Is it possible that some people may be altering the nutritional value of their foods, simply by using less than quality cookware?
Fortunately there are healthful alternatives like Caricoʼs Ultra-Tech II Cookware, made from the highest quality stainless steel, Ultra-Tech II actually cooks your foods without water or grease. Foods retain their color, texture and taste terrific.