2.5-Quart Versa Pot
Looking for the perfect pot to complete your cookware collection? Look no further than the Xtrema 2.5-quart Versa 100% ceramic sauce pot with a lid and high-gloss, scratch-proof finish. If you are not familiar with the benefits of ceramic cooking, Xtrema Pure Ceramic Cookware can help. Unlike sauce pots made of metal, ceramic pots give you the freedom to cook with nylon, silicone, and wooden utensils. Metallic cooking surfaces also leach chemicals and flavors into the food you prepare, making them potentially dangerous to your health. Every Xtrema Versa 2.5-quart ceramic sauce pot with a lid is made with natural materials that does't leach any lead, cadmium, or other toxic metals. Furthermore, researchers have found that Teflon and non-stick coatings that contain harmful PTFE or PFOA chemicals can cause cancer. By cooking your favorite recipes with our signature ceramic saucepot, you can feel better about the food you serve to your family.
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2.5-Quart Versa Pot
Low and steady heat is all you need when cooking with Xtrema Pure Ceramic Cookware.
Only have enough funds for one pot? I'd suggest this one!
Its small enough for single serving meals, but also large enough to cook a one pot meal for the entire family. Ceramic is the only material I swear by in the kitchen - safe, reliable, and efficient.
I feel peace of mind cooking with Xtrema and knowing the quality of product they produce (this is not a paid review, I just sincerely appreciate this brand!)
I think this would be big enough fora smaller chicken to be slow cooked, but I mostly just use it for veggie soups. I love how easy these ceramic pots are to clean and how resilient they are, but handle with care and don't let them soak overnight.
I love the idea that I dont have to worried about non stick chemicals of metal getting into my body. I dont mind having to be careful because its ceramic. Ive had a larger pot for several years. We got this to do soup with but it is too big for the two of us. My wife winds up making more that we eat and food gets thrown away. A 2 quart would be perfect but the company wont listen to me so Im sure it wont happen. Why all the 1/2 quart versions I dont know. Even numbers would make more sense and be more practical.