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I am very health conscious so I don't use metal to cook with.<br />I previously was using cast-iron enamel covered pots. I like these much better as you can see what you're cooking and they are not so heavy.<br />I just love them.
This cookware set more than meets our expectations. The pots are beautiful as well as very versitile. The clear lids and pots allows you to see what and how things are cooking. Since the cookware heats up quickly and holds the heat, we are able to cook at lower temperatures. They are great for storing food in the frig, clean up easily and quickly, and stack so neatly and compactly in the cupboard. My only request is that a larger frying pan also be designed for bigger frying jobs. Thank you & namaste, Kathie
What I like about the Visions line is the smooth contours that make it easier to clean, compared to pans made from various components and with hiding places for germs. The disadvantage is that it needs to be handled with great care and it is not suitable for deep-frying. What I would have liked to have found in the kit is a 2-1/2 quart pot with a pour "lip" and the missing lid for the frying pan.
My husband and I were looking for glass cookware upon learning that cooking in metal pots with nickel causes bacteria to proliferate. We are very happy with this Visions set. Can cook most everything we need in these 3 units. Is necessary to take care, though. E.g. Can't submerge hot pot in cold water; pots can't be nested as they might crack. But if glass is what you want, I would highly recommend this set.
|by freshfood||Date Added: Saturday 22 December, 2012|
This is a great product. I am happy with my order and the timely manner in which I received it.
|by Anonymous||Date Added: Sunday 16 December, 2012|
I grew up with the original Visions Cookware by Corningware. My grandmother would make pasta with the large pot, and I always thought it was so cool that I could watch it cooking. I have always wanted a set of these pots. I found out many years ago that Corningware quit making them, so you can imagine my surprice when I stumbled across them.