Why are the bottoms of stainless steel pots and pans usually lined with another type of metal.
I'm not certain, but my assumption would be 1. the "other metal's" ability to conduct heat better. 2. Stainless steel warps very easily under high temperatures. The "other metal" may act as a gusset.
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