When you have a plan to play around with, you must prepare something necessary stuff. You may used a lot of stainless steel cookware sets before, what if I told you that there is one material that’s strong, durable, scratch-resistant, and yet light and non-toxic? Do you want to have a try? It’s Titanium!
Titanium is a great idea for cookware because it’s strong, durable, easy to clean, and completely non-toxic to humans. It’s also a popular choice for backpacking fans because it’s extremely lightweight, which everyday chefs could benefit from, unlike even the best stainless steel cookware.
Let’s have a check on what reasons you should consider having titanium cookware this time.
Yes, one of the many reasons we may have a love or hate relationship with any cookware type is its cooking readiness. It absorbs heat very quickly when you are too eager to eat. It does not let you die of starvation.
- No Sticking
- No PFOAs
- No need for oil or butter (cut down on fats!)
- No need for Water when cooking vegetables (don’t lose nutrients!)
- No need to use your oven-use (vapor cook on the stovetop!)
- No Time-consuming clean up (even scorched food wipes clean!)
- No Warping (even if you clean while hot)
Not Easy to Scratch
You know, cookware starts looking quite ugly when there are two, three, or even a single scratch on it. An unsatisfied chef with the looks of the pan or pot he’s going to use can never cook confidently. But titanium makes the surface super resistant against scratches, and it would not get one until you do it on purpose.
It is durable, does not oxidize and resists corrosion. It will form a protective layer of film on its exterior to prevent corrosion and can self-heal from scratches easily.
It’s great for backpacking to carry every day. It has the same strength as stainless steel while being only half the weight. You will feel nothing to hold, so easy for you to climb mountains.
Titanium cookware is pretty more good at enduring the stove’s heat and any other cookware material best for outdoor cooking. It does not get any bents, nor does it breaks off easily. The durability is definite and performs as any good cookware does in the long term.
Safe to human body
The concentration of titanium used in Titanium cookware does not affect our health negatively. It is non-toxic, non-allergenic, and perfectly compatible with the human body. It’s rich for us, and we get it somehow through the cooking surface.
By the way, titanium also can be safely implanted in the body, so non-toxic to the humans.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Where to buy?
You’ll find titanium cooking sets in most home improvement and retail stores. But you’ll find more variety online on Amazon or our website.
Q: How much does titanium cookware cost?
The cheapest sets we start at $9.59 and can cost up to $22.89.
Q: How to cook with titanium cookware?
Cooking with titanium cookware is very straightforward. The pieces come seasoned out of the box, meaning you can start cooking right away. Just make sure to not cook at extra-high temperatures all the time if your cookware has a ceramic coating, as it could deteriorate.
Other than that, simply follow the manufacturer’s instructions (don’t put it in the oven if it’s not oven-safe, don’t put it in the dishwasher if it’s not dishwasher-friendly, and so on).
Q: How to clean titanium cookware?
Most sets let you put them in the dishwasher. If you’re wary about doing so, you can hand wash them with mild soap, lukewarm water, and a soft sponge.
Q: How to pack the cookware set?
Each product packed with a mesh bag, easy to carry.
Q: Does titanium cookware work on induction?
The vast majority of titanium cookware will not work on induction stovetops. You need to find one that has been specifically designed for that purpose.