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I just head out to a thrift store with a magnet in my purse and find a few pots that will work on induction. Watch for the magnetic ones with bottoms that aren't flat though - won't work.

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1 minute ago, CanadianHomeChef said:

Smaller pots might overshoot. Happens to my tiny 1 quart. Might happen to thinner pots too. 

 

My 7ply barely overshoot, even on high. 

I have one little pot - it's an all clad saucier - half the time it's not recognized - other half it is. 

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5 hours ago, Kerry Beal said:

I just head out to a thrift store with a magnet in my purse and find a few pots that will work on induction. Watch for the magnetic ones with bottoms that aren't flat though - won't work.

Avoid calphalon then. Distinct lack of flatness in sauté pans. 

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I found a truly beautiful pan - highly magnetic, right size, right shape, perfect finish. It had an intentional concave bottom. So disappointing when it wouldn’t sense it!

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