Titanium is a fantastic material for cookware because it is extremely durable and a great conductor of heat. Titanium cookware sets often feature a cast aluminum core, which is able to conduct heat more quickly than iron or steel – in fact, some titanium cookware sets cook food seven times more quickly! This translates to superior distribution of heat. In addition, titanium cooks foods that so thoroughly and evenly you may mistake your kitchen for a five-star restaurant. You can also cook foods without the need for water or oil, and you will cut cooking time in half when you choose titanium.
To clean your pans, all you must do it rinse the pieces with warm soapy water, and you’re done. The cleanup is a snap. Titanium cookware is very similar to cast iron cookware, but there are a few key differences. With titanium, you don’t have to season the pan. Simply put, this means that there is no need to slick grease onto the pan and bake it in order for it to function properly. The only drawback to owning titanium is that it is a bit pricey – but the longevity of the cookware makes it worth every penny.