Healthy, great tasting meals in half the time are a reality with waterless cookware.
Waterless cookware and cooking is based on the idea of cooking foods in their own juices instead of adding water or oil. Therefore, waterless, also known as minimum moister or vapor, cooking is not so much waterless as it is cooking with the “natural water” that is already part of the fruits, vegetables and other foods. No additional water is needed. In essence, the natural juice of the food is replacing the water usually added to meals. The natural juices need to be extracted from the food as it cooks. Waterless cookware is needed in order to accomplish this.
One of the many reasons waterless cookware is superior is the ease of cooking. The food is simply placed in the pan, lid secured and the meal will be ready in half the time it would normally take to cook, steam or bake it. It’s also carefree in that, with the way the cookware is designed, the food will not stick to the pan or burn. Waterless cookware is made of several layers of metals including an aluminum core and a stainless steel finish.
The aluminum core ensures that the pan will heat evenly and thoroughly. There will not be any “hot spots” which cause sticking and burning. The stainless steel finish assists in avoiding sticking and burning as it is perfectly smooth. Surgical stainless steel is used in many of the finest cookware lines in the world in lieu of nonstick cookware due to the fact that the stainless steel is not only as easy to use, but as easy to clean. In addition, stainless steel has no chance of flaking into the food the way nonstick finishes can or tainting the food like aluminum does. That is why the surgical stainless steel finish is such a benefit.
The rest of the design, the lid, is just as important in waterless cookware. In fact it’s essential. Once the food has been placed in the pan and the heat applied, the lid needs to be secured. It seals to the pan. This will cause the food to lose its moisture in the form of condensation on the lid. Due to the way the lid is designed, the condensation will drip back into the pan to create the “natural water” in which the food will cook. Once the vapor starts, the heat can be removed. The aluminum core keeps the pan hot and the food cooking.
Adding water or oil to cooking causes nutrients, vitamins and even some of the flavor to be lost. No so with minimum moister cooking. All the vitamins and minerals, not to mention the original taste and flavor, remain in whatever is being cooked, because it is not being diluted or flooded. Since the oils and cooking sprays are eliminated, the meal ends up being healthier as well as better tasting.
Genuine waterless cookware is not sold in stores. It is purchased online or at a cooking party. The demonstrator comes to the home and demonstrates the waterless cookware by cooking for the guest while explaining the benefits. The cookware can be purchased right after the demonstration. A free pan or other demonstrated piece of cookware is given to the host as a thank you the use of her home and kitchen for the demonstration.
Genuine waterless cookware can be expensive. A whole set can range anywhere from $2000 to $5000. This is due to the fact that it of such high quality and usually lasts a life time. Most waterless cookware sets come with a life time guarantee. Waterless cookware delivers: easy, healthy and better tasting food in half the time. Mostly everyone who has ever purchased waterless cookware will tell you it was definitely worth the price. If you would like to purchase a high quality waterless cookware set at a wholesale price click the link below: