Imusa Stainless Steel Stock Pot, 12 Quart
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- 12 Quart Size
- Stainless Steel Construction
- Stylish Design
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I use mine for home brewing beer. It's good for my purposes and may also be useful for cooking large shellfish.
As the previous reviewer stated the sticker was near impossible to remove, barring that inconvenience I thinks it's a good value.
***Update*** I purchased an induction "burner" to speed up my brewing time and this pot does not work with it. A magnet will not stick to the base of this pot - so if you have, or plan on purchasing an induction cook top look elsewhere for a stock pot.
I do have really a nice car camping set pots, and also nice light weight backpacking set that fit into my backpack as well, but those are more for personal use (when I'd go car camping or backpacking with just my husband). Why would I want to bring any of these special camping gears that I paid a lot for or pots I have at home that are decent and expensive, for something like large gathering camping trip for church group or ski trip w/ cheap cabin that I have to bring pots and pans or what not? (I have both anodized pots pans set and stainless pots and pans set from wedding gift and they're expensive) My friend is already complaining that her nice anodized pot is ruined after she brought it to church camping gathering for a few times, because there are always those idiots who will use your nice pot to deep fry something at 400F+ or use some metal spatula and scratch the bottom of the pan/pot beyond repair or burn food on it and try to scrub/wash it with metal sponge and ruin it further. (also, too much dish soap can ruin your pot as well - the food starts sticking to your pot/pan even if you've seasoned it very well in the beginning if you use pots/pans that aren't non-stick).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This stock pot gets a bad rap. Yeah, it's cheap. Yeah, it's thin. You get exactly what you pay for. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Benjamin Ravenstine
Although it is thin, I've been using the pot 3 to 4 times a week for the past year to heat full pots of water and it's held up well. Read morePublished 10 months ago by macormack
I needed a large pot to make soup and was hesitated to make the purchase due to some of the negative reviews. Luckily for me, the pot seems quite durable for my uses. Read morePublished on June 12, 2013 by Amelia
I used this pot one time to boil some stuff.
Boiled stuff had metal particles in it, and also did not taste good. Read more
the quality is good, however, the size is a way large for a 3 to 4 people family. I have no idea about the Quart when I ordered it. Read morePublished on February 6, 2013 by joanne
Well, if you're expecting this pot to be of a high quality, you'll be disappointed. It's not. But, if you're cooking liquids and don't mind stirring a little more often than usual,... Read morePublished on December 29, 2012 by Elbert Burton Jr
Way to thin to cook in unless you can stand there and stir constantly, only good for home brew ......Published on September 12, 2012 by W.M. LOWE
I was looking for a 20+ quart stockpot for home brewing and saw this at Walmart.
It was the thinnest pot I've come across. Read more
The two pots that I purchased, 12-quarts and 20-quarts, were exactly what I needed for my experimental solar cooker, and excellent value.Published on April 15, 2012 by David Gordon Wilson
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