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Old 5 Nov 21, 08:37 PM  
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We have the Professional Cookware company pans from before they became ProCook... they are stainless steel, 22 years old and still fantastic. Used every day, have been used on gas, electric element, ceramic and induction - on hob, under grill, in oven, and cleaned in the dishwasher.

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Old 5 Nov 21, 10:44 PM  
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We have Le Creusset and theyre brilliant. Theyre the stainless steel ones rather than cast iron
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Old 6 Nov 21, 08:54 AM  
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I have Pro Cook anodised pans. Had them for years and no issues what so ever.
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Sorry to jump on, were getting a new kitchen and have opted for an induction hub. Im taking from this that we cant use any old pans? Weve never used stainless steel, so that will be quite a change for us.
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I have Pro Cook anodised pans. Had them for years and no issues what so ever.
I knew I'd asked about pans on here years ago. Just done a thread search and I bought my Pro Cook ones on 24/12/2008!
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Sorry to jump on, were getting a new kitchen and have opted for an induction hub. Im taking from this that we cant use any old pans? Weve never used stainless steel, so that will be quite a change for us.
You can get other types of pans for induction including non stick but I do love my stainless ones. The only thing I have not stainless is a big wok type pan.
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Thank you! I just googled it and saw some non stick set that look quite good (pro cook). Have quite fancied trying stainless over the years, but always chickened out when buying a new set and went for non stick. Thanks again.
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We have Procook Pro Granite pans and find them excellent. Can be used on the hob and in the oven.
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Sorry to jump on, were getting a new kitchen and have opted for an induction hub. Im taking from this that we cant use any old pans? Weve never used stainless steel, so that will be quite a change for us.
Were in the same boat, we need new pans for our new kitchen.

I also need to find a pot that I can use on the induction hob but can transfer into the oven
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Were in the same boat, we need new pans for our new kitchen.

I also need to find a pot that I can use on the induction hob but can transfer into the oven
Can do that with my Anodised ones.
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