A thick pasta pot made of flame-resistant borosilicate glass. Everything inside it stays in sight. The shape of the pot is simple and the ingredients become the protagonists, with their shapes, colours and motion while boiling. Glass is a wonderful material that has been used for ages in food preparation. Glass cookware is the safest cookware to use. It is free of chemicals and therefore there is no risk of chemicals migrating into your food. When glass is tempered, it can withstand high temperatures and can even be flame proof.
Glass is non-porous, which means that it does not absorb flavours and odours from food. Glass is non-reactive, so you can use it in cooking any type of food, without worrying about acidity or other reactive properties of different food types. Glass is also easy to clean and dishwasher safe, with no need for any special maintenance routine. All you need is warm soapy water and your pot goes back to new. Just remember that glass is breakable – borosilicate glass less so, but treat with extreme caution all the same. Avoid shocks and hits to the body and the handles of the pot.