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Does Consumer Reports rate pots and pans?

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Consumer Reports does rate pots and pans, even though the viewer needs to subscribe to see which pots and pans it specifically recommends. It does recommend nonstick pans because they allow foods to be cooked with less fat and are easier to clean than pans without the nonstick coating.

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Consumer Reports rates pots and pans by several criteria, including the material they are made of, how evenly they cook foods and how easily nonstick cookware releases food. They also rate for how long nonstick pots and pans last, how quickly they heat up and how easy they are to clean. Handles are also rated for how hot they get, how comfortable they are to hold and how sturdy they are.

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