You can combine several pot stands to fit larger pots and dishes.
Cork is a natural material giving variations in colour and appearance.
Good to know
Air dry the cork before use to remove any earthy scent.
Long Term Benefits
The thickness of the sides and base of the pan can affect your cooking. Thin bases heat up rapidly, but food sticks more easily. They're best for gas hobs, which respond quickly and precisely when you regulate the temperature. Thick bases take longer to heat up, but distribute the heat more evenly so the food is cooked from different directions. You'll get the best results if you choose a pan that is suited to your hob and the food you're cooking.
Cork comes from cork oak bark which is carefully cut from the tree’s trunk. It then takes about nine years until the tree forms new bark that can be harvested. Since a cork oak can live to be aged 150-200, each one produces a lot of cork during its lifetime. Cork has several good qualities as a material: it’s lightweight, flexible, waterproof and naturally resists fire. We use it in furniture and accessories.