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Old 10.09.2020, 10:06
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Re: Lild's Fondue Pot

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If it's for cheese fondue (rather than for meat / Chinese fondue), I do suggest getting one that is non-stick. They're soo much easier to clean. That's been my own experience, at least.
Does a non-stick still form the Grossmutter?

I can't speak for the lidl set, I bought a cheap pot from Obi that was on special. The pot itself is great, the stand is very basic and the burner is flimsy.
When compared to the nicer ones I've seen, it seems it's the accessories (stand, burner, forks) that are better, not the pot itself.
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