Visions Cookware Help
Q: How in God's name do you get EVERYTHING that you cook in Visions Cookware to st op sticking to the bottom of the damn stuff. thanks
A: Are you using gas or electric stove? My boyfriend's mom uses a heat diffuser on top of her electric burners, which seems to help -- it's a wire piece which lies between the burner and the pot (hers are shaped like stars). On my gas stove, I'm not sure what I'd do, though... How in God's name do you get EVERYTHING that you cook in Visions Cookware to stop sticking to the bottom of the damn stuff. My mother says that washing them by hand rather than in the dish washer helps. She thinks that if you get them too clean they stick. Me, I just save them for very moist food. When I have to do something like saute onions as a first step in preparation, I make sure to use plenty of butter. The few bits that do adher sort of get soaked off during the cooking of the rest of it. I have to say that the only way you'll ever get my Visions double boiler away is to pry it from my cold dead hands, but otherwise I'm sort of ambivilent about the stuff. Actually, I go over to the local warehouse store and buy a set of tefloned thick aluminum pans about every two years. I prefer them to all the others I've tried, including Cuisinart, Calphalon, Crueset (sp?), Magnilite, Farber, and cast iron, for general use. I've kept some of the Cuisinart and Calphalon but I've given all the rest to the hospital thrift store because all I used it for was to keep my shelves crowded.
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