Waterless Cooking Demystified – Part 3 – Seven Advantages of Waterless Cooking


Do you know that waterless cooking retains 98% of the minerals, while boiling food the old-fashioned way destroys an average of 42% of the food’s minerals? Do you know that it’s easier to clean waterless pots since the heat is evenly distributed; hence there’s less burning or sticking? Do you know that vegetables cooked via the waterless technique preserve their natural color better than vegetables cooked via traditional techniques? …

Yes, all of the above are true! The waterless cooking method has these 7 advantages over conventional cooking:

  1. Ease of cooking
  2. Reduced cooking time
  3. Ease of cleanup
  4. Reduced amount of fat and oil in the food
  5. Taste of the food
  6. Amount of nutrition left in the food after cooking
  7. Appearance of food

Waterless cooking is easy and takes less time than conventional cooking. Since the specially designed cookware distributes the heat evenly, there is less burning or sticking, making cleanup easier. And, waterless cooking is healthier because cooking foods in their own natural juices eliminates the need for added oil or nutrient-leaching water.

Enjoy Youthful Foods!

Research from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University suggests that maximizing the nutritional quality of your diet may slow down or prevent age-related problems that are often considered inevitable. The study recommends cooking foods for a short time and in as little water as possible. Cooking in our multi-ply cookware retains 98% of the minerals, while boiling food the old-fashioned way destroys an average of 42% of the food’s minerals.

Enjoy Healthier & Tastier Meals

You will enjoy a wonderful new method of cooking with multi-ply stainless steel waterless / greaseless cookware. Foods cooked via the waterless technique help retain the greatest percentage of nature’s health-giving minerals and vitamins because a food’s water soluble nutrients are dissolved and lost when then food is cooked in water. The greatest favor you can do for your family is to prepare food that provides maximum nourishment. Foods cooked the low heat, minimum moisture way have more flavor. Vegetables and fruits retain appetizing colors, meats can be roasted on top of the stove and become tender, juicy and delicious. And, you can cook without oil or grease, reducing calories and cholesterol.

Read the remaining articles in the series: What is Waterless Cooking and Waterless Cookware? How does Waterless Cookware work? What are the 7 Principles of Waterless Cooking?…

Joyce is an enthusiastic cook. Over decades of cooking, she’s experienced diverse cuisines and has utilized many kinds of specialty cookware. She has extensive knowledge of natural food and health and many years of practice of Tai chi and Yoga. She has come to recognize waterless cooking as the ultimate cooking technique for healthier and tastier meals for a person or family with a busy lifestyle.