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The "Never Burn" Sauce Pot
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on August 18, 2011
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This pot does what it says it will do. I have an electric ceramic top stove and there is no way to regulate the heat for a long slow simmer. I have burned more things trying to do this. When I saw the ad for this pot and read the reviews I knew this was the one for me.
It works just as they said it would.
I made homemade catsup and that has to simmer and reduce and it takes quite a few hours to get it to the consistency that I like. It came out perfectly, no scorching at all, no burnt spots on the bottom of the pan and it was easy to clean.
One of the only real complaints that I read about was that the pot was heavy and it is, but I have a thirteen-and-a-half quart LeCreuset dutch oven that weighs a lot more that this pot and I can manage that just fine, so this pot didn't seem that bad too me.
I will be using this for chili and spaghetti sauce.
If I can find the twelve quart PauliPot I will buy that one as well, because it is such a great pot.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on October 17, 2013
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No need to reiterate others reviews. It is a great expensive pot.

It also cooks 4 servings of Maltomeal with no sticking and little stiring.
This traditionally boils over, sticks and burns.

It is heavy if you have issues with weight. However... scrubbing and soaking a traditional pot is not fun either.

I also go from freezer to pot with all chicken dishes.
I add a little olive oil, dice up an onion, and 3 organic large chicken breasts and put on medium low.
30 minutes later all is sizziling and thawed, I then turn up, lightly brown, and add veggies and
chicken stock and turn on low.

The pot is good for anything you do not want to burn.
It defrosts frozen hamburger with no burning... just drain off any grease and add veggies and put on low to cook for great soup.

Yes, it is expensive , but I truly do not think it is overpriced.

I am a male and not a good cooker and over 65 to boot. I like things easy at my age.
This pot is pretty nice for 1 pot dishes which I find myself eating predominately.

This pot could cook a weeks supper for 2. It never makes it that long however as it really makes
the food tasty to cook without burning. Half the pot is eaten the first day and the rest is frozen to eat later.
It also does a great, great job of warming up containers of the frozen soup, stew etc. Once again, without scorching or burning.

Hope this helps make the decision to cough up the extra bucks a little easier.

Cheers!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on June 30, 2012
It took my husband a while to talk me into spending this much money for a pot, but I am sooooo glad I finally gave in. This is without a doubt the best money we ever spent. I use it for soups, spaghetti sauce, chili, sloppy joes, I love it love it love it.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on January 9, 2013
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Purchased this for myself in the summer 2012. Floored by how it lived up to reviews! Have had issues with "burning" sauces for 40 years and this pot turned that around. Loved it so much - purchased one as a gift for son and daughter-in-law for Christmas. May sound expensive, but worth every single penny paid!! Highly recommend for all level cooks.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on April 13, 2014
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I am responding to a negative review on this no burn pot.I have had mine for over two years ,,I have a reputation of burning every thing I cook to some degree or another. this pot is amazing..I don't understand L.Stones review. I don't think you could burn something even if you really tried. OK maybe if you turned your burner up to high,,put a small amount of vanilla pudding in the pot and left it while you went to the store, maybe.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on November 10, 2013
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Oh goodness, this is worth every penny. I hated spending this much on one pot, BUT I recommend you GO FOR IT. Throw in your ingredients, put the burner on low heat, and then go do all the other stuff you have to do --- THIS POT WILL NOT BURN THE CONTENTS....of course, I check it regularly, BUT no longer worry. It's heavy duty, high quality, and one of those BASIC ITEMS every cook needs in the kitchen.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on February 20, 2014
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i love this pot. i have made spagetti sauce and chowder. followed directions by not turning it on high kept on med or low. It was great!!! No sticking or burning at all. highly recommended
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on February 27, 2014
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I am so disappointed with this stock pot. Every single soup I've made has burned.
I just scalded milk today in this pot and it burned a residue on it that is difficult to clean.
I made potato soup the first time in it and it burned badly....

This is false advertisement "never burn" I've never had it not burn!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on November 5, 2013
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The first time we tried to use it the sides started to bulge out on the lower portion. It also was making crackling noises as it heated up. We were looking forward to using this sauce pot, but were disappointed in the results. We never even had the opportunity to see how well it worked as far as the "never burn" policy, which is the main reason it was purchased.
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on January 1, 2015
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My wife loves it Used primarily for making tomato sauce worth the price.
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