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      Are you not supposed to boil eggs in stainless steel pots? I just spent a pretty penny on a new stainless steel pots and pans set and the very first time after I boiled an egg in one pot there are like all these spots on the bottom of it. Someone told me its because you arent supposed to boil water in stainless steel, is this true? What am I supposed to boil eggs in then and if you cant boil water in them, can you make rice and pasta in them
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      i think this is normal - they do come off.

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      How strange. I boiled an egg in my stainless steel pan this morning with no problem. Stainless steel is just like any other pan, cook anything in it!

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      Actually you should not boil in Aluminium(spell) pots, stainless steel is perfect.
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      yea, stainless steel is really good for cooking and boiling. we don't always get those spots, i think it's if we keep boiling water for sometime after it's reach boiling point. anyway, the internet tells me that they will come off with vinegar as they are most likely calcium deposits.

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      Yeah, that’s true. For cleaning stainless steel items, soak them in warm water and then rub with a cloth soaked in vinegar before rinsing thoroughly. The vinegar will break up any dirt and grease leaving with a great shine.

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      u guys use your pots and pans for cooking or for decor?
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      I boil eggs in stainless steel pots

      What the problem ?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Lusi View Post
      Actually you should not boil in Aluminium(spell) pots, stainless steel is perfect.
      Quote Originally Posted by stoppit View Post
      yea, stainless steel is really good for cooking and boiling. we don't always get those spots, i think it's if we keep boiling water for sometime after it's reach boiling point. anyway, the internet tells me that they will come off with vinegar as they are most likely calcium deposits.
      Quote Originally Posted by waleedhbk View Post
      I boil eggs in stainless steel pots

      What the problem ?

      apparently nothing!
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      Quote Originally Posted by waleedhbk View Post
      I boil eggs in stainless steel pots

      What the problem ?

      For boiling an egg, stainless steel is preferable to aluminum since aluminum is slightly toxic to the body and tends to reacts with acidic substances like vinegar, lemon juice and acidic fruits. Choose a pan with a see-through lid so that you can observe what is happening to the contents.