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Stainless Steel vs Cast Iron: 5 Reasons Why Stainless Steel Pans Win | Made In Cookware
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Heating Pattern in Skillets
- Pans were heated over high heat until hottest point wasa at 500°F
- Image shows range of 400° (pink) to 500°F (white)
- Temperatures below 400°F are black.
- All pans were painted with rust-oleum heatproof black matte paint to control for variance in emissivity.
Multi-ply pans were coper sandwiched in stainless steel.
Source: Kenji Lopez Alt - reddit.com/r/food/
Taken on a gas stove with a ring-style burner. You can clearly see the ring.
Heating Patterns in 10-Inch Skillet