cvbfvrxqewrsazzc 2werrdawzWhen deciding which cookware to purchase, consider how many people you will be cooking for, how many dishes at a time, and how many lids you need.  Be sure to purchase a pot grip so you can handle the pot when it is hot. Cookware varies what it is make of.  Cooking pots may be made of aluminum, stainless steel, or titanium.  Aluminum is lightweight, inexpensive, and conducts heat well, but is easily dented.  Stainless steel, although not as likely to scratch or dent, is heavier than aluminum and does not conduct heat as well.  Titanium is the lightest weight and most durable of cookware materials, but it is the worst heat conductor and is the most expensive of the cookware materials.