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Here are answers to frequently asked questions about Tri-ply Cookware...
If you've ever wondered about the ins and outs of Triply Stainless Steel Cookware, you're in the right place!
From its benefits to maintenance tips and more, we've got all your queries covered. Let's dive in and discover the secrets to cooking excellence with this remarkable toxin-free cookware.
Q. Is it safe to cook in tri-ply stainless steel utensils?
A. Yes, it is safe to cook in tri-ply stainless steel cookware. Plus, it is a healthier alternative to non-stick cookware.
As a matter of fact, stainless steel is universally recognized as a safe material for cookware. And when it is tri-ply stainless steel, it's even better because of its durability and versatility. It is non- reactive and completely residue free.
Q. Is non-stick bad for me?
A. Non-stick releases toxic fluorides in high temperatures which are very dangerous for health. So, it’s harmful to use non-stick products regularly.
Q. How often can I use tri-ply stainless steel cookware?
A. Regularly. It is made for daily use.
Q. Will food stick to the utensils?
A. Tri-ply stainless steel cookware has a naturally non-stick surface and so, the chance of food sticking to utensils is very low.
Q. Will tri-ply stainless steel cookware rust?
A. No. The Indus Valley’s Tri-ply Stainless Steel is made of high quality and durable material.
Q. Is tri-ply stainless steel cookware induction safe?
A. Yes, tri-ply stainless steel cookware is induction safe.
Q. How to take care of tri ply stainless steel cookware?
A. Keeping your triply cookware looking like new is easy with a little care. Here's what you can do to maintain triply stainless steel utensils in good condition:
1. Cleaning: Cleaning triply cookware is a breeze, but stay away from harsh cleaners or scrubbers that could harm it.
2. Storing: After cleaning, be sure to completely dry your cookware before putting it away. Triply cookware is tough, but little care is still important.
3. Handling: Avoid dropping or banging your cookware on hard surfaces, as this can cause dents or other damage.
Q. How to clean stainless steel cookware?
A. Washing dishes is not the best feeling. But with The Indus Valley’s Tri-ply Stainless Steel Cookware, this task is just easy-peasy. Here are the steps:
1. Wash your Triply cookware with water and a little bit of dishwashing liquid or soap. (Best is to use a soft scrub pad/sponge to scrub away everything. Metal scrubber is strictly no-no)
2. Then rinse thoroughly.
3. Finally, all you have to do is simply towel dry it.
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Q. What to do if food is stuck to triply cookware?
A. If the food is stuck to triply stainless steel vessel, heat some water in it on a low heat. Scrape the stuck food with a wooden spatula, and rinse it thoroughly.
Q. How to remove tough stains from stainless steel cookware?
A. To remove tough stains, apply lemon juice on stains and sprinkle salt. Leave it for 10-15 mins and then, scrub it off with a sponge. Rinse thoroughly; repeat if needed.
Q. How to remove burnt food from triply stainless steel cookware?
A. To remove burnt food, boil water in it with a pinch of baking soda and rinse it well.
Q. How to prevent food sticking to triply cookware?
A. If you are wondering how to prevent food sticking to triply cookware, then avoid adding cold or frozen food to the hot pan. Because, it may tend to warp the cookware material and the food will not get released easily.
Are you finding it difficult to clean your ordinary stainless steel cookware? Using The Indus Valley tri ply stainless steel cookware can solve your problem.
Its 3-layer construction improves heat distribution, preventing food from sticking and burning.
Q. How to avoid stain marks or discolouration and use tri ply stainless steel cookware properly?
A. Here’s what you have to do to avoid staining your stainless steel cookware, keeping it looking brand new for many years.
1. Preheat it before cooking.
2. Use moderate heat instead of high heat.
3. Add oil before cooking to create a protective barrier.
4. Clean promptly after use with soapy water and a non-abrasive soft sponge.
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