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stainless steel or nonstick for cookware?

Old 12-29-2017, 11:32 AM
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We got rid of "almost all the non stick" cook ware and stayed with some old stainless we bought from Macy's, I think it is called Belgique, any way for most thing it does not stick food, except when my lady forgets and over heats the food. I have found that SS will develop a film, not sure if totally good or bad, but on occasion when they have some sticked food on them I will uses bar keepers friend to help with the cleaning and it works to clean that film off a well.
PS it had little to do with the potential health problems which have been down played like aluminum cook ware, but the SS last a lot longer and cleans up to almost brand new after years of use
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