Steel utensils are the favorite of homeowners and chefs across the world for their ease of handling as well as aesthetic appeal. If you have been using anything other than stainless steel for your kitchen, this blog will convince you with its 5 arguments, which you will find difficult to refute, in favor of the subtly shiny metal. Read on.
Chefs and homeowners all across the world love stainless steel utensils and cookware. No surprises here, since the material wins over many drawbacks of its delicate or more sophisticated counterparts such as china, glass, or earthenware.
Here are five qualities of stainless steel that will convince you why you can’t have a better option than this.
Durability: Stainless steel is an alloy of steel mixed with nickel, chromium, molybdenum, aluminum, silicon, and carbon. It doesn’t chip, rust, or even stain – at least not easily. No matter how many times you drop them, be rest assured that they are not going to even
Aesthetic appeal: The subtle shine of stainless steel utensils is hard to match – the mirrored finish doesn’t fade away year after year. Although china and glass utensils look beautiful, designer stainless steel products by brands like Arttd’inox that are made with cutting edge technology will settle that for you.
Taste Preservation: Stainless steel is non-porous and comes without any coating, which means there is no leaching of any metallic or toxic substance in the food. You can keep as hot or as cold food in a stainless steel utensil as you like, without worrying about cracking or staining the surface. Moreover, it is easy to wash. You can stow it in a dishwasher or wash it with hands. As it is hardly reactive, you don’t have to worry about choosing a particular cleaning liquid or soap.
Reusable: Even if you find your utensils a little lackluster after years of use or damaged under certain conditions, you can still get a price for them from your local kabadiwalla. If you are concerned about waste, this will suit your taste.
Value for money: Well, all these great features do come at a price. Stainless steel products might come at a steeper price, the designer variety even more so – but since they last a lifetime, the price is worth the value. They are certainly better than delicate products.
Though stainless steel is great, it is not all free from drawbacks. For example, a cookware made of this material won’t cook food evenly, which is why high-quality stainless steel cookware comes with a copper or aluminum base to capture the best characteristics of both materials. As far as utensils are concerned, there is no match to the durability and long life of stainless steel.
Are there any more reasons you know that haven’t been listed here for which you would like to recommend stainless steel to other readers? Share with us in the comments section.