LOS ANGELES, Nov. 10, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Chef Remi have launched a number of kitchen accessories in the last few months that are not only robust, they can be used with any material of cookware and bakeware; metals such as stainless steel or cast iron, as well as enamel coated, nonstick, Teflon etc.

Their range include the Chef Remi Kitchen Spatula Set and the Chef Remi Kitchen Spoon Set.

They decided to survey their customers to see what they knew about different cookware materials, and what their choices were.

What they found was that many people have preferences, but not many knew the benefits of different materials.

"I love all the funky colors that enameled cast iron cookware come in, but I heard that the enamel stops the heat conduction?"

"I know the enamel coating on cast iron items means they do not need seasoning, but isn't it scratched off easily?

Chef Remi is 100% committed to designing genuine quality kitchen tools to support busy parents that take the time to cook for their family. "We realized that customers needed a little education regarding all the different cookware materials out there, so they can make informed buying decisions."

"We have put together a step by step cookware guide, with the second installment going through the pros and cons of enameled cast iron items with information such as:

  • The nonreactive enamel coating eliminates the need to regularly season cast iron
  • The enamel stops cast iron reacting to acidic foods
  • Enamel is not nonstick, and cannot be made nonstick by seasoning

"We wanted to put an end to people being confused with all the different cookware materials out there."

Chef Remi believes that families are the centerpiece of society, and communities are stronger when they sit down together, even if it's over a quick, wholesome meal. "We believe that every child deserves a home cooked meal with a family who loves them."

Media Contact: Rhett Lewis, Simply LBS Ltd, 3105987384,

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