Titanium Cookware

Written by Charles Peacock
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Titanium cookware is a relatively recent invention that offers a wide range of benefits to both professional chefs and cooking enthusiasts. Gone are the days when everything in your kitchen was made from heavy, hard to clean cast iron. Now you can find all sorts of cookware products made from high-quality, space-age alloys.

Advantages of Titanium Cookware

The first benefit of titanium cookware is its weight. Sometimes it's hard enough to lift a pot or a pan that's filled with boiling liquid. If the piece of cookware is made from heavy, unwieldy metal, you may feel like you're either going to burn yourself or break your wrist every time you try to cook something in it.

Titanium cookware takes advantage of the fact that titanium is very light, and yet very strong and durable. You don't have to sacrifice longevity or quality when you choose titanium-in many ways it's actually an improvement over traditional metals. In addition to being lightweight and durable, titanium is also a great conductor that can produce an even cooking surface.

The remarkable hardness of titanium allows for cookware that is extremely durable. Some manufacturers have developed non-stick surfaces that incorporate a ceramic-titanium compound. These surfaces are almost impossible to scratch, so you don't have to worry about using metal utensils in conjunction with your cookware.


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