"CopperGarden®" ø28cm Wok | Copper hand-tinned.

Copper is guaranteed to be the best material for a wok. Thanks to its extreme heat conductivity, you can sear at the bottom and move finished dishes to the cooler edges. You will love it. Ideal for cooking on gas, fire, and in the embers. Copper can do it.

Item number: E-4979
Product weight: 1500 g
Shipping Weight: 3000 g


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"CopperGarden®" Copper Wok

This large wok, made of tinned copper, offers all the features that a wok needs. You can sear directly over the flame and push the finished food to the cooler edges to keep warm. That's how cooking in a wok is done. The sides are raised and cool down upwards. You'll always find the perfect temperature for each piece. With the long brass handle, the wok can be easily held and the ingredients can be tossed and mixed together. The forgiving nature of copper allows for even the most adventurous cooking.

A fine tool made of pure and noble materials. It's so beautiful that it can easily be used for serving and presentation.

The wok is handcrafted in the CopperGarden® workshop and coated with 100% pure tin for a non-stick surface. As a result, it is suitable for all types of cooking and ingredients. You can even use the wok over an open fire, on the grill, or in the oven, and if you wish, you can put it in the dishwasher. With slight compromises in heat transfer, the wok also works on regular electric stovetops, as the bottom is slightly flattened for this reason. If the coating ever wears off, the wok can be easily retinned at a reasonable cost. A copper wok, like all copper utensils for the kitchen, is a highly sustainable investment for life. The historical museums around the world bear witness to the extreme durability of copper cookware from all over the world.

  • CopperGarden® Wok made of pure copper, hand-tinned with a riveted brass handle.
  • Copper is widely known as the best material for the kitchen: perfect heat distribution and precise heat control.
  • Lovingly coated with pure tin in skilled craftsmanship, providing a food-safe non-stick surface.
  • European artisanal product | Vegan production without any animal products, using only pure materials. CO2-neutral shipping.
  • Rust-free - Dishwasher safe - Shakeproof - Best heat conductivity - Antibacterial - Non-magnetic
  • Can be polished, reshaped, and re-coated to look like new at any time, even after heavy use - an investment for life.

<h1>Destillatio Warranty and Guarantee</h1> <p>Regardless of the statutory warranty, Destillatio offers you a two-year full dealer's guarantee on this item. Click <strong><a href="https://www.destillatio.eu/content/destillatio-garantie/" target="_blank">here</a></strong> to view the <strong>Destillatio warranty statement</strong>.</p>

<h1><strong>CopperGardenu00ae Copper Wok</strong></h1> <ul> <li>Robust wok made of copper with a side handle made of brass</li> <li>Material: copper, hand-tinned with a cleanly riveted brass handle</li> <li>Hand-forged in a traditionally working European workshop</li> <li>Top quality, hand-hammered from 1.6 mm thick copper</li> <li>Weight of the wok: just under 1.5 kilograms (weighed on the sample: 1478 grams)</li> <li>Hand-tinned with the highest quality (100% tin)</li> <li>Acid-resistant and suitable for all types of food</li> <li>Suitable for searing at high temperatures</li> <li>Also suitable for paella and wok dishes</li> <li>Equipped with a flat base suitable for all types of stovetops (except induction)</li> <li>Also suitable for open fire, grill, embers, gas, and oven</li> <li>Heat losses on electric hot plates! We recommend gas, induction only with an induction adapter with significant heat losses</li> <li>Easy to clean and dishwasher safe - rust-free thanks to the brass handle</li> <li>Antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal</li> <li>2 years warranty and guarantee directly from us as the dealer (please refer to our warranty conditions)</li> <li>Non-magnetic!</li> <li>Handle length: approximately 22.5 cm, total length with handle: approximately 50 cm</li> <li>Diameter: approximately 28 cm at the top, diameter: approximately 13 cm at the bottom</li> <li>Height: approximately 8 cm</li> <li>Copper is the metal of love: you will love it!</li> <li>Handcrafted product = Sustainable production in Europe</li> <li>EU brand quality according to high CopperGardenu00ae quality criteria</li> <li>Copper has the best heat conductivity among all possible materials</li> <li>High-quality craftsmanship = a purchase for generations = affordable</li> <li>Sustainable production through traditional artisanal processes (hammering, pressing, molding)</li> <li>Copper is the most popular material for upscale kitchens for a good reason</li> <li>Decorative: also a true ornament for any kitchen, whether on a shelf or on the wall</li> <li>Can be retinned at any time if needed</li> <li>Vegan = produced without animal products</li> <li>CO2-neutral shipping</li> <li>Please do not heat dry (there should always be some oil or water in the pan)</li> </ul> <p><strong>Why tinned copper?</strong> Copper offers the best heat conductivity. This advantage is lost with a core or coating made of aluminum or steel. Tin coating is 100% safe as the body simply eliminates tin. Nevertheless, heat conductivity remains intact. If the coating becomes unsightly and scratched over time, it can be retinned. This makes the pan usable for a lifetime.</p>

<h1>Healthy Cooking in a Copper Wok</h1> <p>Our tip for a healthy life, durable copper pots, and fun in the kitchen: Use only good oils and add some of it to your wok right from the beginning. A copper pot should not be heated empty.</p> <p><strong>Important to know:</strong> At 232 degrees, the tin coating may melt. At 250 degrees, the copper may deform. A regular stove burner can get up to 400u00b0 hot, a ceramic glass cooktop up to 600u00b0, and a gas flame or fire can exceed 1,000u00b0!</p> <p><strong>No need to worry!</strong> During normal cooking, frying, and baking, you will never reach these temperatures.</p> <p><strong>Pay attention to the smoke point.</strong> It's simple: if the oil produces smoke, then it's too hot! You are damaging your health long before the wok suffers. Frying and deep frying become unhealthy at around 175u00b0; acrylin is formed. Even oils that can withstand high heat will start to burn by 200u00b0. There is only one exception: artificially highly refined sunflower oils can withstand extreme temperatures above 230 degrees.</p> <p><strong>Add your ingredients to the wok before the oil burns!</strong> Your health will thank you, and so will your pan!</p> <p><strong>Another tip:</strong> You don't need a thermometer to fry. Use a wooden cooking spoon and dip the end into the hot oil. If fine air bubbles come out from the handle, the oil is hot enough for frying and deep frying. If it starts to smoke, it's much too hot.</p> <p><strong>What if it does happen!</strong> If you accidentally heat your copper wok above 232u00b0, the tin may melt. It is 100% safe for your health even if it ends up in your food. Your body will simply excrete it again. If necessary, the wok can be retinned.</p> <p>If you expose your copper pot to temperatures above 250 degrees, it may deform. Actually, not a problem, but when cooking on an electric stove burner, there may be heat transfer losses due to the deformed bottom.</p> <p><strong>One more important thing:</strong> Copper quickly transfers all temperatures, including to the handle! Please use a pot holder or cloth when touching the pot.</p> <p>This copper wok is a highly crafted and high-quality cooking utensil. With a little love, this wonderful wok will bring you joy quickly and accompany you for a lifetime.</p> <p>Copper is a living metal and will change color with use. You can polish away these traces of life, but we recommend not doing so and letting the pot age with dignity.</p> <p>Tin can become dull with use. The original silver sheen turns into a matte gray. If you wish, you can retin it at any time. This will cost around 30 euros for a pot of this size but is not necessary as long as the coating is not heavily worn out or scratched.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>

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