There is no best metal for cooking but more so lots of good ones that depend on personal preference and what you’re cooking. Metals with high conductivity are great – these include copper, aluminum, cast iron and carbon steel. Stainless steel is good as well but it is better to use it in combination with one of these other metals. With all the forementioned, the thicker the metal on the pan or pot, the better – it gives you more control over your cooking. Check out the link below to see some pros and cons of each and which is best for your needs.
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