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    A good Stockpot? Advice needed!

    I love and make soup every weekend, though looking to up my soup game a bit. I currently have 8 liter non-stick (thin) pan, though clearly this one is not meant for making good stock, or stock at all.

    I am looking for suggestions on stockpot; fire away! (and thanks in advance!)

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    I'm interested in this also. Would like a stockpot with a good heavy base but always worried when buying online that I'll get something insubstantial.

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    What kind of stove do you have?
    Don't drink out of ornamental ponds in Tiergarten. You will get sick.

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    There may be better but after five years or so I'm not for want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DamageInc View Post
    What kind of stove do you have?
    For me, I have induction.

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    Ah yes, induction here as well..

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    For induction hobs might be best to get a pot w thick base.
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    My mother in law had an old aluminum stock pot she used to make tea. She was throwing it out so I grabbed it. Works great for large batches. For single chicken carcass stock I use pressure cooker. I dont usually keep stock very long so I dont freeze alot but from time to time I will.

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    I like the Vollrath products a lot. Order from Wasserstrom (sp?). Definitely go induction compatible even if you don't have it. Yet.

    Whoops, just now saw OP location. Wass is prob out.
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    I am not familiar with induction, i have gas range, but my favorite pot is the M'Cook 5 ply stainless by Mauviel.

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