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There are many fat free type saucepans on the market now.
Which one is your favourite?
I have discovered a brand called WOLL which, unlike the others, you can use metal on them, cook on high and they can go in the oven. Handles even come off for easy washing.

What brand do you like, and why?

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ScanPan. It has a thick base, retains the heat, and last a long time!
I just buy one at Medium size for about $25, from any place I can.
I know the others are great, but it all comes down to cost.
Circulon. Great, non stick brand
SAcanPan and Tefal. I also love those old Renware ones.
Sorry typo...ScanPan
I've had good ones and cheap ones, but right now I'm loving my middle of the range Ikea one. It has a thick base which is perfect for my convection cooktop, where others get flat spots on them too easily from the added heat.

Scanpan for sure!
Essteele. Heavy, good quality. Mine are 35 yo & still going strong!
I like Essteele, have used this brand for a number of years. only downside the handles they can break two of mine did, as I do not cook with all of the other pans at once I can use their handles
I have a variety of brands. I use my Crofton (Aldi) ceramic coated cast iron pans a lot, mainly on top of the stove but they go into the oven when needed. They are not expensive, but have a limited life and you can't use metal utensils in them. I have an Esteele pan that is a delight to use and has a hig heavy base with no hot spots, Circulon wok- big and does a good job for low fat cooking. My Tefal frying pan is great for omelettes and doesn't stick.
The pot I have had the longest is a big NAMCO pressure cooker. I use it for any cooking- pasta, curries, soups, not just pressure cooking, but pressure cooking is a good , low fat, fast and nutritious way to cook. It is the first thing my husband and I bought jointly, before we lived together. We shared it, although I think it mainly stayed at my place. It would be 30 years old and has been used at least twice a week and shows no signs of wearing out. Buy the best quality you can afford.
I have a variety of brands. I use my Crofton (Aldi) ceramic coated cast iron pans a lot, mainly on top of the stove but they go into the oven when needed. They are not expensive, but have a limited life and you can't use metal utensils in them. I have an Esteele pan that is a delight to use and has a hig heavy base with no hot spots, Circulon wok- big and does a good job for low fat cooking. My Tefal frying pan is great for omelettes and doesn't stick.
The pot I have had the longest is a big NAMCO pressure cooker. I use it for any cooking- pasta, curries, soups, not just pressure cooking, but pressure cooking is a good , low fat, fast and nutritious way to cook. It is the first thing my husband and I bought jointly, before we lived together. We shared it, although I think it mainly stayed at my place. It would be 30 years old and has been used at least twice a week and shows no signs of wearing out. Buy the best quality you can afford.
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I still have my original Arcosteel ones . . .going on forty years now. I have no idea what I would ever replace them with but I do like the Scanpan brand.
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