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9-Piece Tramontina Gourmet Induction Aluminum Cookware Set in Slate Gray $109.88 + Free Shipping

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has 9-Piece Tramontina Gourmet Induction Aluminum Cookware Set in Slate Gray for $109.88 w/ free shipping.
  • Includes: : 10" fry pan, 4.5 quart covered deep sauté pan, 1.5 quart & 3 quart covered sauce pans, and 5 quart covered Dutch oven
  • Lifetime manufacturer's warranty
notes: Made in Italy, assembled and packaged in the USA (link [tramontina-usa.com])
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Last Edited by AnciusD October 18, 2019 at 06:11 AM
Tramontina Gourmet Slate Gray cookware is a versatile option for cooking enthusiasts, as they will thrill at its precision cold-forged heavy-gauge aluminum alloy with an impact-bonded, induction-ready bottom suitable for all cooktops. The exterior is made of a convenient nonstick finish with a striking slate gray color while the interior is a PFOA-free reinforced nonstick coating, which provides effortless cleaning. Part of the TRAMONTINA GOURMET collection, which features premium products engineered and manufactured with the finest design, materials and workmanship.
  • Set Includes: 10 fry pan, 4.5 Qt Covered Deep Saute Pan, 1.5 Qt & 3 Qt Covered Sauce Pans, & 5 Qt Covered Dutch Oven
  • PFOA-free reinforced nonstick interior for easy release and clean up
  • Ergonomically designed precision cast stainless steel handles
  • Oven Safe up to up to 350F (176C)
  • Heat- and shatter-resistant glass lids allow you to monitor cooking progress
  • Compatible with gas, electric, ceramic glass and induction cooktops

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I think this isn't the all clad, it's clad bottom, "impact-bonded", usually applies to the bottom. The glass lids are another giveaway it may not be all clad, they come with steel lids.

It's very easy to get confused with this. I have just put in a lot of time lately researching this stuff, we needed new pots and pans because our bottoms were coming off another brand.

We just purchased a set, got it yesterday, all clad, on clearance at WallyMart online only. It's good stuff, good brand, very good warranty .

Try https://www.walmart.com/ip/Tramon...e/19581112

Just make sure it says Tri-Ply-Clad, not Tri-Ply-Base.

This post for Home Depot also seems to be the Aluminum Nonstick, the Walmart is stainless steel and made in China. The Brazil and China are now exactly the same, at one time the Brazil made pots/pans couldn't be used on inductive stoves because of the stainless steel they used.
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Avoid using aluminum utensils as it leads to increased aluminum absorption in the body :

https://www.drmanik.net/aluminium...erous.html

The World Health Organization estimates that adults can consume upto 50 milligrams of aluminum daily without harm. During cooking, aluminum dissolves most easily from worn or pitted pots and pans. The longer food is cooked or stored in aluminum, the greater the amount that gets into food.
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Quote from destination4DEB
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Avoid using aluminum utensils as it leads to increased aluminum absorption in the body :
https://www.drmanik.net/aluminium...od.gereás

For a more balanced view see:
https://www.cooksillustrated.com/...kware-safe
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Last edited by observer1313 October 18, 2019 at 08:46 AM. Reason: corrected spelling
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How about white paper on "Intestinal Absorption of aluminium in renal failure [silverchair.com]" and "Aluminum Toxicity [medscape.com]" - when in doubt better to avoid it when there are other safer alternatives like Stainless Steel.
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How about white paper on "Intestinal Absorption of aluminium in renal failure [silverchair.com]" and "Aluminum Toxicity [medscape.com]" - when in doubt better to avoid it when there are other safer alternatives like Stainless Steel.
You can always find gloom-and-doom articles on any subject, whether inoculations, sugar substitutes, or aluminum cookware (discussing it in connection with renal failure is especially irrelevant for the general population).
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In the cookware set which is the subject of this post the food never touches the aluminum. Period.
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