Day #4 360 Cookware
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Giveaway Day #4 – 360 Cookware! We are giving away a $500 Gift Card!
360 Cookware is the best when it comes to a clean stainless steel cookware option AND it is made in the USA in West Bend, WI. It’s become a family business that started with the owner’s father being turned on to waterless cookware after returning from the Vietnam War. He then started to sell it for more than 30 years. The operation got outsourced more and more to Asia. The owner’s son realized he wanted to continue waterless cookware and keep bringing it to the American people, so he created 360 Cookware. He had realized how unique it was, from the flavor it produced in food that had been cooked in it, to the nutrients it kept intact. The cool part is that they kept many of the workers that had been laid off from the previous company and hired them to work at 360 Cookware. These trained workers encompassed more than 450 years of experience in the manufacturing of waterless cookware! Since 2004 360 Cookware has been making waterless cookware that stands the test of time and serves families everyday as they use them to feed their families. And if you subscribe to 360 Cookware’s email (below) you will be entered into a giveaway for a $500 gift card to use towards their cookware or bakeware!!
Read below for my experience using 360 Cookware’s products.
- 6 Quart Stainless Steel Stock Pot Slow Cooker- I love how this pot can go from the slow cooker to an oven or on the stove. It’s so versatile! I can cook a whole chicken in this, a roast, a large batch of chili or bean soup and it all comes out wonderful. The flavor of the meat is unlike any other. It’s multi-use function really makes this one of my more loved pieces because it can do all the things. As fall and winter comes I can see myself cooking so many soups in this too! It’s been a game changer for me. It really has actually eliminated other pots that I used to use and created more of a minimalist effect to my cooking- because I only want to use this! I have a family of 5(one being a baby) but this has been perfect for our family. If you have a smaller family you may want to check out the 4 quart and if you have a larger family the 8 quart may be perfect for you! I’ve seared meat in the pot, then added in my veggies and the rest of the ingredients and put it on the slow cooker- trust me when I say you’ll use this!
- 3.5 Quart Saucepan- What doesn’t this saucepan do?! But really. I can cook veggies in here, meat of any kind, from ground beef, sausage, chicken legs, chicken thighs, chicken breasts, and steaks. This is a well loved pan. I would say this is a quick way to make dinner fast and tasty! I’ll have some meat that’s been dethawed and then I’ll add it to the pan and within 15 minutes or less I have the tastiest dinner! The flavor of the meat is unreal. Ask my hubs! The chicken flavor is unlike anything I’ve made before and I literally don’t use any oil! It’s just the waterless cookware technology at work. The veggies don’t taste mushy or overdone but so much more fresh and vibrant. I love knowing my food’s nutrients aren’t being diluted by water I’ve added. This pan is also great for stir fry’s too! I keep trying new things all the time with it.
- 8.5 in. Fry Pan- This little guy is perfect for frying eggs, reheating something quick, or if I’m just fixing something for myself or my husband. It’s such a great size and easy to handle. There is a learning curve with frying eggs or scrambled eggs when using it. I learned to heat it on low, around 3, wait a few minutes until it’s well heated. Add a little oil. I prefer avocado oil or ghee, then add the eggs in the oil. The trick really is to not overheat, which you will hear often when reading more about waterless cookware and cooking with it. Slow and steady wins the race- especially when it comes to cooking eggs. As with anything, be patient, you’ll get the hang of it!
360 Cookware has many more options than those listed above, but those are the ones I have experience with. To see their full list of products, check out their website here!
*Remember to check back tomorrow for day #5 of the 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways!