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I have been thinking about getting some new pots too. We have few pieces of non-stick Capholon that we bought after our wedding. I really don't like them...for one, their non-stick but their just not that great. I just checked Consumer Reports and they said that Kirkland Signiture Costco brand is the best deal...it's anodized aluminum. They rated a bunch and said that some of the more expensive brands didn't perform better than the cheaper brands....
I was planning on adding some pieces because their so expensive but maybe I'll get a whole set from Costco....
Oh, and is anodized aluminum bad?
I think it depends on what it's made of. Most non-stick are made with Teflon. That's what we have and I want to get rid of them but we haven't had the money to replace them. Anodized Aluminum is supposed to be non-stick and capable of browning, etc like stainless steel. I have done tons of searches online and really don't find any conclusive evidence from reputable sources that claims that aluminum or anodized aluminum cookware is bad. I cannot stand media fear mongering and I would love a reason to splurge on the Le Creuset so if anyone can drag up some reputable info let me know....
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