This Glass Cooking Pot Is Only P399!
ILLUSTRATOR Roselle Miranda
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You don't have to shoot cooking videos to appreciate and marvel at a gorgeous cooking pot! This glass pot has been seen on many cooking videos already and if you wondered if you will ever afford to get one of your own, this is your chance because we found this Roborobo Glass Cooking Pot that's under P500!
What We Like About The Glass Pot
This glass pot is a 1600 mL pot. It is 17 cm high, 15 cm wide, and since it has handles, it is easy to carry from counter to stove and back again when you're ready to serve the food you were cooking in it tableside.
You might be wondering about the glass, and if it's safe to use on your stove. This glass cooking pot is made with borosilicate glass just like many baking dishes. This kind of tempered glass which contains boric oxide (a material that has a high resistance to abrupt changes in temperature and chemical corrosion) makes it even stronger than normal glass or even tempered glass. This is why a lot of modern glassware that will contain hot liquids such as coffee mugs and baking dishes are made with borosilicate tempered glass.
When you do use this glass cooking pot on a stove with an open flame, regulate the flame so that it's the same size or smaller than the size of the pot as a safety precaution.
A Note Before You "Add to Cart"
However, glass pots like this one cannot be used with every kind of stove. It will work perfectly well with gas or electric stoves, but it will not work with induction stoves. Remember that only pots specifically made for or pots with magnetic bottoms will work on induction stoves; glass will not heat up via induction.
It's easy to use, too, and can basically transform any non-induction stove-ready cookware into one that you can use on it.
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