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Old 07-08-2015, 08:20   #31
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Re: Pots and pans

We have our beloved cast iron skillet on board and wouldn't be without it. The rest of our pans are All Clad (why not have the best on the boat as well as at home). We don't believe in nonstick so all is stainless.

Just the way *we* like it.. health is a one time thing so we don't take any chances with nonstick or aluminum. (Not wanting to start a flame war - I won't respond to any flames so save your breath)
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Old 07-08-2015, 13:56   #32
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We brought all our pots and pans from home, and a full set of crockery too, though not the "good" crockery.

We brought most of our one of each size of the pots & pans and still have all of them. We brought our crockery plates, big soup bowls and smaller bowls that I separated with non-skid. They all made it too through storms and crashing uphill through harsh waves.

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I think you should take your most used pans. If that happens to be one cast iron so be it..... but can you compromise? Is it really that important?

It's a process, you bring too much, you will then realize a year later after having to move that one cumbersome pan around every time you get in that cupboard that you don't need it and give it to a local woman, or chuck it overboard.

I agree. I didn't bring some things that I regretted and ended up re-buying some things. Any good items you don't need is so appreciated by locals in small villages.

I do agree that you want to watch you don't drop it
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For all the Magma lovers out there, do you use the stainless, non stick, or ceramic?
We have the non-stick and they have held up well for their first year... I think seasoned stainless would work just as well... but you must season [and maintain that seasoning...] the plain stainless pots...

Here is a great article from The Boat Galley on seasoning stainless cookware...

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That's interesting. I just recently bought a full set of Corelle and was intending to replace it with lightweight indestructible plastic.

Should I rethink?
That might depend upon how you use your plates and bowls.

We have stayed with Corelle for years because we like the selection, weight and how they hold up [almost unbreakable...] Very important to us is they can be used in the microwave, oven, and broiler...

Those are our reasons for keeping the Corelle, but they may not be everyone's...
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