What is Waterless Cookware?
What is Waterless Cooking?
Waterless cooking means cooking without the addition of water or grease. Kitchen Craft Waterless Cookware helps you cook healthier while saving time, money, and energy.
The Kitchen Craft American workforce has expanded upon the original waterless cookware technology, updated the design and developed an energy-efficient cooking system that embraces American ingenuity while capturing the magic of healthy living. By heating food quicker, at lower temperatures and without added fat or excess water, we’re ensuring a better future for the next generation.
Why is Waterless Cooking Healthier?
Too much water spoils a cook’s best efforts to prepare healthy meals. As most vegetables contain 90% to 95% water, there is no need to submerge them in more water to cook them. Precious minerals and their natural salts are dissolved when we cook them in water and then pour them down the drain. Any cooking that minimizes temperatures and the amount of water will help preserve valuable nutrients. The highest quality stainless steel vapor cookware allows for cooking without adding oil, butter or fats, thus, saving your food from unnecessary calories and cholesterol. In addition to vitamin retention, consumers experience the natural flavor
and color of their favorite foods.
How is Kitchen Craft Waterless Cookware Different?
Kitchen Craft Waterless Cookware is 100% American made in West Bend, Wisconsin for over 100 years! When you buy American you can be assured that your cookware is crafted from the highest quality surgical stainless steel. Our unique state-of-the-art design, finish and durability were engineered and constructed by a team of American workers. Indeed, when you choose to buy American, 9000 American families are working, paving the way to a brighter future for America, and American manufacturing.
By Americans, for Americans…
Kitchen Craft cares about you. Which is why our cookware comes with a lifetime warranty against defects in the materials and workmanship. Your customer service team is there when you need them.
Our manufacturing process is Green-E Certified, which meets and exceeds the industry’s highest environmental standards. No factory air emissions means we can all breathe a little easier. Natural cleaning methods and non-toxic residues mean that we’ve created a healthy work environment for our cookware team and surrounding community.
During the cooking process the specially designed water seal™ cover prevents the escape of nutrients and allows for minimum moisture cooking. The cookware works like a small oven cooking the food naturally in a complete circle of heat. The cookware features stack cooking capabilities and requires only medium to low temperatures to cook. A lower temperature and using fewer burners results in substantial energy savings.
Conserve Nutrients & Energy
Our cookware uses a surgical stainless steel, clad aluminum material in a unique roll bonding process which creates a metal combination with the heat conductivity of aluminum, and the non-porous qualities of stainless steel. This combination allows heat to be distributed evenly cooking the food naturally without the loss of nutrients. Heat from the stove is conducted through an aluminum alloy inner core, requiring less heat. Food cooks evenly to perfection, with no water, oil or additives necessary. Therefore, nutrients aren’t destroyed from high temperatures or washed away through boiling.
With its unique waterless technology, Kitchen Craft Waterless Cookware has the strongest, all-natural, non-toxic surface. Go ahead, brown, sear, even deglaze… these pans go places other cookware won’t dare.
Design that Delivers
Kitchen Craft Waterless Cookware is made of multiple layers of high-grade metals to ensure even heat conductivity not only on the bottom of the pan, but also up the sides and to the cover. Heat spreads smoothly and quickly, without hot spots!
Ergonomically Designed Handles
Stay cool ergonomically designed handles create perfect balance and ease when using your cookware and are oven safe up to 400 degrees.