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Which cookware not to use on a gas stove: important recommendations

Kateryna YagovychLS Food
Do not heat this cookware on a gas stove. Source: hunker.com

If you have a gas stove, you don't have to worry about blackouts. You can cook a wide variety of food even without electricity. However, not all cookware can be heated on a gas stove.

The FoodOboz editorial team will tell you what material should not come into contact with a gas stove. It can be quite dangerous.

Which cookware not to use on a gas stove: important recommendations

Plastic

If you have a lid with plastic handles or lids, do not put it on the gas. Due to the high temperature, the material can deform, which can lead to unfortunate consequences.

Which cookware not to use on a gas stove: important recommendations

Aluminum

Gas can cause aluminum to oxidize. As a result, toxic substances will be released, which are very harmful to health. Also, food can burn in aluminum cookware.

Which cookware not to use on a gas stove: important recommendations

Ceramics with a metal finish

If you heat the metal trim on a gas stove, it can crack. This can damage the cookware.

With wooden handles

Which cookware not to use on a gas stove: important recommendations

Wooden handles on pots and pans look quite aesthetically pleasing, but they can easily catch fire on a gas stove.

Glass cookware

Which cookware not to use on a gas stove: important recommendations

The glass will heat up very unevenly, so there is a risk that it will crack due to low thermal conductivity.

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