Friday, 6 July 2012

Glass Cookware

Glass Cookware

Glass Cookware is 20th century cookware. People prefer buying glass cookware for many reasons. The first major reason why people started using glassware is health. With other types of metal cookware, corrosion occurs due to excessive heat or scraping with a spatula. With Teflon-coated cookware, serious questions regarding health have already been posed in the past. When using glass cookwares there are no such problems. Glass is a non-porous substance and hence, it does not absorb any odors. It can be used both on the stove top and in the oven.

Glass takes a longer time to warm up but once done it hardly takes any time to cook. It is the cookware of choice when baking as it evenly browns the surface of the dish that is being baked while consuming less time.  However, when baking cookies, glassware should not be used. 

There are no restrictions on the type of food item that can be cooked when using glass cookware. It hardly reacts to ingredients unlike metal cookware so the food’s taste is left unaltered. 

You can mix, cook, serve, and store. Glass cookware meets all the requirements of an attractive cookware. They are safe and should definitely be considered.

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