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Master Pan MasterWok Multi-Use Wok, 13", Stainless Steel $49.99

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Woot [woot.com] has Master Pan MasterWok 13" Stainless Steel Multi-Use Wok for $49.99 on sale

Price on Amazon [amazon.com] is $115 and lowest price on Amazon was $89.

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High dome cover - For maximum capacity allows you to smoke or steam an entire chicken.
Multi-use stovetop Smoker - Smoke, steam, stir-fry or deep-fry fish, meat and vegetables on your stove top or outdoor grill.
Made from FDA tested Stainless Steel so safe for cooking and built to last.
Stainless Steel ergonomic handles riveted for extra durability
Includes easy to use smoker box with attached drip plate
Great for indoor and outdoor use
Use on any heat source including induction
Includes our detailed use and care guide with instructions on smoking, steaming and frying.

https://home.woot.com/offers/mast...se-wok-13z
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Price is good for a multi function stainless steel wok
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Cheap but not a real wok. FYI carbon steel will give you the "wok" taste if that's what you're after.
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Cheap but not a real wok. FYI carbon steel will give you the "wok" taste if that's what you're after.
Good to know. How much can a good carbon steel wok be found for (SD price Smilie)
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Never heard of anyone using a Wok as a smoker.

Stainless is at least better than a non-stick wok (which is truly a joke), but as others have pointed out, carbon steel is the right material for a real wok. Online prices for carbon steel woks are outrageous other than looking directly at Aliexpress. (Wrought / Cast) Iron is also a traditional option as well, but you need to make sure that it's not obscenely heavy.

The better option is to find your local Asian grocery store and pick up a carbon steel wok there.
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Cheap but not a real wok. FYI carbon steel will give you the "wok" taste if that's what you're after.
Popular YouTube one..

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RJ39JVL/
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This is probably not a great wok if you plan to use it for stir fry's. Everything sticks. But might work out well as a smoker, however i don't like to smoke indoors.
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Good to know. How much can a good carbon steel wok be found for (SD price Smilie)
I came to post the IKEA IDENTISK wok [ikea.com], but it looks like they don't sell it in the US market anymore...almost certainly because it has terrible reviews due to it being carbon steel and rusting if you don't season it.

In defense of those people who clearly don't know how to care for it, IKEA calls it "cast iron" (it's not) and at the time it was marketed as nonstick (the exterior is enamel and it came with thin layer of seasoning on the inside). I'd probably be disappointed if I didn't know what I was getting, too.

We've had ours for over 10 years and love it. It was only $9.99 when we bought it. Looks like it's the USD equivalent of $19.99 now.
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The better option is to find your local Asian grocery store and pick up a carbon steel wok there.
Agreed. Cheap, no frills, and effective.
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Good to know. How much can a good carbon steel wok be found for (SD price https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif)
You could probably pick one up for $15-$25 at a local Asian grocery.

The Wok Shop sells US made carbon steel woks [wokshop.com] too, but they're around $50 shipped
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OOS.....already
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Do these work on induction cooktops?
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Yeah. Carbon steel is the way to go. They are relatively inexpensive. Sort of like cast iron in that they're cheap but you have to make sure to season and take care of them to make the most out of them. Go to an Asian Grocery store buy one and watch a video on how to season them and you're good to go.
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Picked one up, thanks OP
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Agreed that stainless steel wok is a no no. But, carbon steel is also not the best material for a wok (I'm assuming we are talking about home use here). Restaurants could afford to use carbon steel woks because their stoves can easily put out a BTU that is high enough to keep the wok always HOT. I realize that carbon steel wok is light in weight, making shaking and tossing easy (also the fun and cool thing of using a wok)... However, if the wok is used on an average household stove and if we really care about the wok toss taste, then a cast iron wok would work the best. Cast iron heats up more evenly (hot spots are common for carbon steel woks), and importantly, cast iron can retain heat MUCH BETTER than carbon steel, which is ultimately what brings you the wok taste. For household stoves (typically) with low BTU burners, the heat capacity and heat retention of cast iron become crucial for woks.
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