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    Yup- not all stainless is magnetic!
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    You should laugh! Happy anniversary, now you have a new induction cooker to use along with your stovetop. It came with one sautÚ pan, and now you have an excuse to get some more cookware. Maybe a nice DT Damascus pot or something (as long as its magnetic) .. Enjoy

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    Congrats on your anniversary. Traditionally, the 5th is the 'wooden' anniversary, but I think French steel pans are close enough!

    In the meantime, you could just pick up an Iwatani butane cooker to bridge the gap. Cheap enough and always useful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilverHaze420 View Post
    You should laugh! Happy anniversary, now you have a new induction cooker to use along with your stovetop. It came with one sautÚ pan, and now you have an excuse to get some more cookware. Maybe a nice DT Damascus pot or something (as long as its magnetic) .. Enjoy
    This is funny... I want a DT knife first, I couldn't handle how much he charges for a saute or sauce pan. Dang DT damascus cookware would cost the GNP of a small country!
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    Before reading this I posted about induction.

    We now carry magnets in our pockets everywhere we go in the off chance we run across possible replacements for our non-induction cookware. SS varies in how much ferrous material is in it.

    Just sold an large aluminum All-Clad saute' pan which we loved.

    Happy anniversary and try to enjoy the treasure hunt of induction cookware. We go into every TJ Maxx, Marshalls etc. Also picked up a great set of 13 pieces at Macy's on sale and with discount coupon. I think it's calphalon Tri-ply.

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