Thickness The thickness of your copper cookware can have a noticeable effect on how quickly and efficiently it heats up. Aim for around 2.5 to 3 mm. Thinner than 2 mm may cause the copper to heat more slowly and less evenly. Plus, thin copper cookware is more likely
Introduction One of the best ways to preserve fresh produce for use year round is canning. The process has been around for hundreds of years and you can’t beat it for saving money and ensuring your family is getting good quality, healthy food regardless of the season without using unnecessary chemical preservatives.