What items are included in the cook set?
1 measuring saucepan with 1 patented folding handle. (1.1 L usable, 1.3 L total, 230 g, Ø 17 cm x 8.5 cm) 1 bowl (0.45 litre, 59 g) 1 set of 3 cutlery (fork, spoon, knife) clip-on (21 g) 1 lid / strainer (60 g)
How did we choose the metals for our cook sets?
We chose 18/8 (304) stainless steel because it combines food safety and long-term resistance. It does not oxidise and prevents corrosion. It is very resistant and can be used with all types of utensils (including metal).
How did we choose the coating for our cook sets?
For the MH100 range, we have chosen not to use a non-stick coating in order to have a very simple product that is resistant to all conditions of use or washing. No need to ask questions about how to carry it, or wash it without damaging it!
How did we choose the plastics for our cook sets?
Polyamide (cutlery), polypropylene (bowl, handle) and Tritan (lid) were chosen because they are lightweight and very resistant to heat (at least 100°C), shocks and deformation. All our plastics in contact with food are without Bisphenol-A (BPA) in accordance with French regulations. Be careful not to place the plastic parts in direct contact with a flame.
How best to use your cook set?
Our cook sets are compatible with all types of fires (wood, gas, induction, etc.). The saucepan has a patented 2-part folding handle that locks the lid during transport. The lid fits the saucepan, heats food faster and also serves as a strainer. The bowl has a structured design on the bottom limiting heat transfer and a hole to easily attach it.
How to store your cook set?
The items are stored inside the cook set. First the bowl then the cutlery which can be clipped together. The lid is then placed and locked by the folding handle. The bowl and cutlery are also available for sale individually.
How to clean and maintain your cook set?
Before the first use, rinse all the items 3 times with clean water. All the items are dishwasher safe, and when used outside they can be washed with soapy water or with water and sand from the river!
What should you avoid doing with your cook set?
Never heat your saucepans empty, this will deform them and damage them. When using with a wood fire, make sure that the flames do not directly touch the plastic parts. Close your handle properly before using the cook set on the fire.
Materials and regulations
All our products and materials meet current standards and materials in contact with food do not contain Bisphenol A (BPA).