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12-Piece Tramontina Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Clad Cookware Set

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Walmart has 12-Piece Tramontina Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Clad Cookware Set on sale for $199. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks DJ3xclusive

Note, availability for store pickup may vary by location.
  • 10" Frying Pan
  • 12" Frying Pan
  • 5-qt Saute Pan w/ Lid
  • 1.5-qt Sauce Pan w/ Lid
  • 3-qt Sauce Pan w/ Lid
  • 5-qt Dutch Oven w/ Lid
  • 12-qt Stock Pot w/ Lid
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  • This price is better than the lowest price during a previous Frontpage Deal in February.
  • This set features 18/10 stainless steel construction. -oceanlake

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Tramontina 12-Piece Tri-Ply Clad Cookware Set, Stainless Steel:
  • 10" frying pan
  • 12" frying pan
  • 5-qt saute pan with lid
  • 1.5-qt sauce pan with lid
  • 3-qt sauce pan with lid
  • 5-qt Dutch oven with lid
  • 12-qt stock pot with lid
  • 18/10 stainless steel construction
  • Riveted, ergonomic handles
  • Stainless steel lids
  • Compatible with all cooktops - including induction
  • Oven safe to 500 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Exclusive at Walmart.com

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If you don't preheat properly and get food stuck it's an easy clean with Barkeepers Friend: Bar Keepers Friend Superior Cookware Cleanser & Polish | 12-Ounces | 1-Unit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000V6Y...tDbTPBAE6N
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I beg to differ. I have been cooking on similar ware "Cook's Standard" for 10 years. No problem at all if you understand proper cooking temps. First thing to understand though is that you hand wash. Do not put in a dishwasher.
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I bought the 10 piece set ( the other sets are on sale too) some 8 years ago based on the recommendation of the PBS show America's Test Kitchen's tests. These are truly lifetime cookware. The quality of the stainless allows for an easy clean and they cook wonderfully.

Based on the advice from fellow Slick dealers, I cook with my trusted cast iron and these 100%. Teflon left my kitchen some time ago and I have never ever wanted it back.
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I bought the 10 piece set ( the other sets are on sale too) some 8 years ago based on the recommendation of the PBS show America's Test Kitchen's tests. These are truly lifetime cookware. The quality of the stainless allows for an easy clean and they cook wonderfully.

Based on the advice from fellow Slick dealers, I cook with my trusted cast iron and these 100%. Teflon left my kitchen some time ago and I have never ever wanted it back.
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Are these 'Made in China' Tramontina or 'Made in Brazil' Tramontina?
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For this brand made in brazil is recommended
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I bought the 10 piece set ( the other sets are on sale too) some 8 years ago based on the recommendation of the PBS show America's Test Kitchen's tests. These are truly lifetime cookware. The quality of the stainless allows for an easy clean and they cook wonderfully.

Based on the advice from fellow Slick dealers, I cook with my trusted cast iron and these 100%. Teflon left my kitchen some time ago and I have never ever wanted it back.
Thank you for your candor.
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I bought the 10 piece set ( the other sets are on sale too) some 8 years ago based on the recommendation of the PBS show America's Test Kitchen's tests. These are truly lifetime cookware. The quality of the stainless allows for an easy clean and they cook wonderfully.

Based on the advice from fellow Slick dealers, I cook with my trusted cast iron and these 100%. Teflon left my kitchen some time ago and I have never ever wanted it back.
How do you cook eggs or fish?
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I bought the 10 piece set ( the other sets are on sale too) some 8 years ago based on the recommendation of the PBS show America's Test Kitchen's tests. These are truly lifetime cookware. The quality of the stainless allows for an easy clean and they cook wonderfully.

Based on the advice from fellow Slick dealers, I cook with my trusted cast iron and these 100%. Teflon left my kitchen some time ago and I have never ever wanted it back.
Never trust someone who says stainless is an easy clean Peace
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Are these 'Made in China' Tramontina or 'Made in Brazil' Tramontina?
The induction ready is suppose to Chineese made. The older induction ready was Brazilian. The Brazilian tri ply made today is not induction ready.
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Never trust someone who says stainless is an easy clean Peace
I beg to differ. I have been cooking on similar ware "Cook's Standard" for 10 years. No problem at all if you understand proper cooking temps. First thing to understand though is that you hand wash. Do not put in a dishwasher.
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The induction ready is suppose to Chineese made. The older induction ready was Brazilian. The Brazilian tri ply made today is not induction ready.
Then how is it tri-ply? Non-magnetic stainless steel?
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Then how is it tri-ply? Non-magnetic stainless steel?
Tri ply does not have to be induction ready.
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In for one.
Here's a review: https://thewirecutter.com/reviews...kware-set/
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Tri ply does not have to be induction ready.
But doesn't the magnetic nature of stainless steel make it induction ready by default? https://blog.metrokitchen.com/gui...fferences/
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But doesn't the magnetic nature of stainless steel make it induction ready by default? https://blog.metrokitchen.com/gui...fferences/
Stainless steel does not have to magnetic. Stainless steel that is magnetic will rust, if it wet. That why your stainless steel eating utensils don't rust.
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