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[Walmart] Ayesha Curry 9pc Non-stick Cookware Set $42 (Brown/Blue) Reg. $171 (OOS)

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[Walmart] Ayesha Curry 9pc Non-stick Cookware Set $42 (Brown/Blue) Reg. $171 (OOS)

Ayesha Curry 9pc Non-stick Cookware Set $42, only brown and blue color are on clearance.

This item is online only, not sold in store according to Stocktracker:
https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=63189910770

Also Bialetti Pasta Pot Red Pepper is only $10! REG. $40
https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/bialetti-p ... 0199180116
https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=7675307550
Last edited by farfargurl on Dec 3rd, 2020 8:51 am, edited 2 times in total.
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Nov 23, 2017
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Ayesha Curry? It seems everyone and their mother has a cookware set named after them.
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Looking for stainless steel set. PM me if you bought it.
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Aluminum non-stick. Cannot use on inductive ranges.
Note that these handles get HOT. You will need to use a hand towel on handles to avoid burns.
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ElroyJetson wrote: Aluminum non-stick. Cannot use on inductive ranges.
Note that these handles get HOT. You will need to use a hand towel on handles to avoid burns.
So no induction?
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Think im gonna cancel my order after seeing amazon reviews of burnt hands due to the handles getting hot...stupid design.
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What? I didn't even know she was Canadian.
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No induction. You need ferrous cookware for inductive ranges. Test with a magnet, if a magnet sticks, you're good.
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ElroyJetson wrote: Aluminum non-stick. Cannot use on inductive ranges.
Note that these handles get HOT. You will need to use a hand towel on handles to avoid burns.
Are there not health issues with Aluminum. What if the non stick gives way and Aluminum gets into cooked food
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itemsale2003 wrote: Are there not health issues with Aluminum. What if the non stick gives way and Aluminum gets into cooked food

There is evidence that high levels of aluminum causes inflammation in the brain. And inflammation is thought to be a factor in Alzheimer's.

BUT most people ingest far more aluminum from common foods than you would get from cookware. Aluminum is widely used as a food additive, in medicines and is also an abundant mineral in soil and sometimes in drinking water. There is also evidence that some aluminum is needed by the body, problems develop when you ingest too much.

No one knows for certain how much is too much. You could eschew aluminum cookware but there are also problems with toxic nickel and chromium leeching from stainless steel pots and excessive copper is toxic too. Yup it's a mess and no one has a really clear picture. It would probably be a good idea to avoid aluminum cookware. But that will only give you a false sense of security unless you eat very healthy as well.
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Looking for some sauce pans, not sure if I want the other crap. Good find

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