Undoubtedly, stainless steel kitchen utensils are almost always the most durable, but they are not always the most recommended, nor are all qualities equal.
For this reason, we offer you this post with information on when to use them, how to choose them and which ones can be substituted when their use is not recommended.
Stainless Steel Kitchen Utensils and The Advantages
The advantages of stainless steel utensils are the following (although they may vary depending on the cookware in question)
Exceptional Durability: Stainless steel is very resistant, both to impacts and high and low temperatures, therefore, many of the utensils are suitable for oven, fire, dishwasher etc., but never for the microwave! for this case, better to use for example hard anodized cookware or special microwave containers.
Suitable for Dishwashers: Stainless steel plates can be inserted into the dishwasher, except that include other materials that prevent it, but never because of stainless steel.
Very Hygienic: The almost zero porosity of stainless steel dinner sets, prevents dirt particles from remaining hidden in its pores when cleaning it, so its cleaning is thorough and very easy.
Easy to Clean: Also thanks to its low porosity, not only clean much easier, but also get dirty less than other materials.
Innocuous: The stainless steel, lacks added chemicals Continue reading