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<p>Does anyone have any experience with this company or their cookware?  I've spoken with someone on the phone who wants to do a free cooking demo at my home.  They are trying to sell their cookware, obviously, but I want to be informed before the demo so I know what I am getting into.</p>
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<p>Does anyone know anything about titanium for cookware in general?  We are no longer using non-stick and are using stainless steel and an iron skillet.  I could really use a larger skillet with a lid so that is why I am interested in the cookware.</p>
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<p>Their website is:</p>
<p><a href="http://www.saladmaster.com" target="_blank">www.saladmaster.com</a></p>
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<p>TIA!</p>
 

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<p>Titanium cookware is fantastic.  We have had a set since 1972 and it looks great and cooks great.  Although ours is not Saladmaster, we bought Townecraft.  We went to a dinner party with no intention of buying but after we saw it we got it.  We did look at Saladmaster but did not like the little clicker valve on the tops, nor the small knobs.  Townecraft has a large knob and no valve that is hard to clean.  Also Townecraft has a better warranty.  I don't know of anyone who has Saladmaster but I do know several who has Townecraft.  Go to <a href="http://www.townecraft.net" target="_blank">www.townecraft.net</a> to check them out.</p>
 

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<p>We have Saladmaster and LOVE LOVE LOVE it!!!  You can cook ANYTHING on the stove, cook times are FASTER...and I feel better about what I'm cooking in!</p>
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<p>We have the Family Set (almost everything), and love every single piece!</p>
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<p>Mrs B</p>
 
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