>>7345834 After years and years of constantly replacing shitty Sears-tier cookware, I'm splurging on Le Crueset. It has been worth every penny. Just follow the instructions and everything'll be fine. You won't need nearly as much heat as the recipes recommend. And I cook all the time now. It's been awesome and all my food has been fucking perfect.
>>7345889 No, they will never chip or crack provided you don't behave like a fucking retard. You don't have to baby them or anything, just be not retarded.
Steel, usually stainless but in some applications carbon, is valued for its durability, versatility, and longevity as a cooking material. It's trumped in heat retention by cast iron and it loses to aluminum and copper when it comes to conductivity/even heating. Enameled steel is absolutely pointless. Anyone who thinks otherwise is either sadly misinformed or an idiot
>>7345840 Because most enameled cookware isn't anywhere near as thick as cast iron and doesn't have the same heating and dispersion characteristics. Enameled is also a lot less durable outside of neglect and more expensive. Those last two are not characteristics that I personally care about much, but some do.
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