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    Need help finding cookware with 2 side handles
    Upbeat posted:
    Today is a new day with RA but I am alive and with my family. I need help with finding cookware with 2 handles. When I am in pain it is impossible to handle a hot sauce pot with just one handle. Does anyone know of a company that sells 2-3 quart pots? Also I love this community so you will be hearing from me often. Have a great day and find the beauty in it.
    xperky responded:
    I was fortunate to run across some Magnalite Professional anodized aluminum cookware on sale years ago. I loaded up. They made 2 and 3 quart pots with short handles on both sides. They were called 'casseroles.' They also have heavy tops. They are not non-stick but they call it 'easy release' and tolerate any spoons, etc. Only hand wash though. Treat them as you would an iron skillet, but these things are much lighter! They are not produced any more but ebay may have some once in a while. Sort of a cult cookware thing in the Southwest back in the 80's. I imagine I'll be enjoying them my whole life and will pass them on, as they are so tough.

    Smart thing - for you to look for two handles. Much safer and easier for us.

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