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Granite Ware Open Saucepan, 1-Quart

Granite Ware Open Saucepan, 1-Quart

Granite Ware pots are constructed of low carbon steel with glass coating. Porcelain is fused to the steel at 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit producing a non-porous, inert glass surface that is naturally non-stick. Porcelain can chip if dropped, however this does not reduce the effectiveness of the cookware. There are no PFOA’s or other chemicals to alter food’s taste, color or healthfulness. Dark porcelain surface and steel core absorbs energy and evenly distributes heat to the contents. 1 quart open sauce pan is perfect for boiling water or cooking your favorite foods. Not recommended for use on glass stovetops. White.

Product Features

  • (F6154, F6156) 1 qt, 2 qt, Open Saucepans
  • Perfect for cooking and heating soups, sauces and vegetables, and boiling water, eggs and more
  • Porcelain surface with durable steel core provides excellent heat distribution
  • Porcelain surface is non-reactive and will not alter the taste, color or nutritional value of your food
  • Do not use on glass cooktops
  • Metal tool and dishwasher safe

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2 comments

  1. A simple, little pot. Sometimes, you don’t need a triple-ply, 18/10 stainless steel, non-stick, titanium coated, astronaut-tested saucepan. Just give me this little graniteware pot that heats up in a second, washes clean and doesn’t have any coating that will give my kids an extra eyeball in the middle of their beloved heads. Granite Ware is safe. I have lots of this very lightweight ware in my kitchen, and it feels like a lovely, cheap secret. It’s been around for decades. Your grandmother’s old canning kettle…

  2. It’s a good, simple little saucepan I have always loved Granite Ware. Back a billion years when I was a child, mom had some she got used from her mom and I just loved the stuff, all those white stars on the dark background. I should have claimed all of that kitchenware when they were getting rid of it but I was in college and hadn’t thought of my own kitchen needs (what? my cook??). I opted for stainless steel when I finally did buy pots and pans but did buy a small dutch oven and a small bean pot of Granite Ware which made…

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