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Cook's Tip

November 17, 1994

A nonreactive pan is one made from a material that won't react with acidic ingredients. Nonstick, stainless-steel, lined or anodized aluminum, lined copper and enameled cast-iron are the most common types. Avoid unlined aluminum, copper and cast-iron pans when a nonreactive pot is specified in a recipe.

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