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Home > Aluminum Cookware

Aluminum Cookware has been around for quite a while and has received much improvement since it became available. Together with cast iron and stainless steel, it is a greatly favored kind of cookware. In fact, in excess of 50% of all cookware in the market is composed of aluminum. Certain research has hinted that aluminum can be a cause of Alzheimer's disease, however, there is no definitive evidence that aluminum cookware plays any part in the onset of this ailment. For safety reasons, the use of aluminum pans when cooking very acidic or salty food should to be avoided since low quality Aluminum Cookware may exude small portions of aluminum as the pans become pitted.

What’s more, aluminum- this metal does have some reaction with air or water with high iron content; the result will be the utensil will look dull and slightly dark. A good way to brighten up this utensil is to cook apples, tomatoes or another high acid food. A good way to achieve the same effect is to add 1 to 2 teaspoons cream of tartar per quart of water or 2 tablespoons vinegar per quart of water for 15 minutes in the pan. You will find that vinegar is a very good cleaner of this metal especially for lime build up. As with cooper cookware do not use any abrasive cleaners or pads to scrub, this will scratch the surface (the only time you may have to use a soap filled steel wool pad is if burnt on food is a problem), try to soak in hot water first and scrap with a wooden spoon. Never quench an Aluminum Cookware in water, make sure it cools to the touch first or it may warp.