Soldiers Fire Cooking Pot
|Made by||LLC GST|
|Capacity||1.96 qt. (1.3 L)|
|Care & Use||Dishwasher safe, Not microwave safe|
Soldier's Fire Cooking Pot is made of food aluminum. It is new and boxed, made in the USSR in the mid-1980s. The lower part is used as a bowler, the top is used as a pan or dish.
For the purpose of long-term storage the pot was covered with solid oil. To clean the metal from solid oil wipe the pot with a cloth or paper, immerse the pot in a large cooking pot filled with water and boil for about 1-2 hours. Then thoroughly wash it in hot water with dishwashing detergent. You can also use ammonia, which is perfect for fat removal.
Aluminum cookware has many advantages:
PFOA (Perfluorooctanoic Acid) is not used in cookware. The absence of PFOA makes the cookware environmentally friendly.
The quality of aluminum cookware depends on its thickness. The thicker the sides and bottom of your cookware, the less it will deform. Aluminum cookware will not rust.
Aluminum cookware is extremely lightweight. Even if it is cast cookware with rather thick sides and bottom.
Dishwasher safe. Non-microwave-safe.