August 6, 2010, Newsletter Issue #229: Waterless Cooking with Anolon Cookware

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More anolon cookware information: When shopping for high quality pots and pans with lids, like Anolon Cookware, it is important that the lid fit snugly, thereby trapping steam and creating a "self- basting oven." Water droplets form on the inside of the lid, then fall down to continually moisten the food. Since little or no water is required, vegetables stay crisp instead of becoming soggy. Vital nutrients and flavor are sealed in and cooking time is reduced. This method of cooking is sometimes referred to as "waterless cooking."

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