Order your Waterless cookware here.
Waterless Cooking Tips
So what is "waterless cooking"
Waterless cooking does not mean without even a drop of water. It does mean minimal water is needed
to cook your food. Too much water spoils your efforts to prepare healthy meals. Most vegetables contain 90% water or more, so there is no need to submerge them in water to cook them.
- First wash and rinse your vegetables before putting them into the pan.
Or fill your pan with the vegetables and add a small amount of water to freshen them, then pour off
the excess water. Always use the correct size pan. Your vegetables should fill or almost fill the pan.
- Cover the pan and open the vent on the lid.
- Set the heat to low.
- Remember not to peek. This is very important. If you peek you let the heat and moisture escape increasing
the cooking time
- when the pan whistles, close the vent and turn off the heat.
- let the pan sit with the cover on for a few minutes to finish cooking.
Grealess Cooking - This waterless cookware also allows you to cook WITHOUT adding oils and fats.
- First you need to preheat the pan on medium to medium-high heat.
- To test when pan is preheated put a few drops of water on the pan. The water drops
will appear to "dance" when the pan is at the correct temperature.
- Carefully place your steaks or chicken in the pan. When you first place them in the pan, they will
temporarily stick to the surface of the pan. This is normal, don't move them around until they are
ready to be turned.
- After 4-5 minutes, try to lift a corner of your steak or chicken, but don't force it. The meat will
release itself when it is ready to be turned. When the first side is done, turn and cook the other side.
- Most meats have natural oils, so there is no need to add oil to them. Eggs do not have natural
oil so you will need to spray the pan with cooking spray or use a small amount of oil or butter.
If you've been to a "Home Show" lately you may have seen a waterless cooking demonstration. If you
have, then I am sure you were impressed with the taste of the food cooked the greaseless waterless way. It doesn't
matter which company did the demonstration, they are all the same. In fact most tell the same stories
(and I know, because I've been to at least 6 demonstrations at 3 different companies).
So if you loved the demonstration and the cookware, what stopped you from buying right then and there?
Could it be the over $2000 price tag? Now you have an alternative. The waterless cookware at CookForYourHealth is high quality surgical stainless steel and has a lifetime manufacturer's warranty. And the
best part - it won't break the bank. You can now cook healthier meals at less than 1/4 of the price
you would pay at a home show or from a home demonstration.
There are many advantages to cooking using the waterless method, the food cooks faster, at lower temperatures and
in its own natural juices. Your food is tastier and better for you. It's a sound investment in your family's health.