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Best Induction Pan Sets

Updated December 2018
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    Induction stoves are becoming more popular, but not all cookware is compatible with them. The bottoms of such pots and pans need to be made of magnetic stainless steel or cast iron to react properly to the magnetic field such stoves generate. Otherwise, the pot or pan simply won’t heat up. In particular, make sure stainless steel sets have been treated to work with induction stoves. They should be thick, since thin material can cause overheating and burn food. Copper and ceramic induction-friendly pot and pan sets exist. They’ll have a magnetic bottom and possibly magnetic materials mixed in. Induction pan sets can have as many as 20 pieces, though most have around 10. Note that cookware manufacturers consider lids and utensils to be pieces.

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