What is Waterless and Greaseless Cooking???

An oven is a waterless cooker. It cooks from
the bottom up, the sides in, and the top down,
so you don’t put water in the oven.

Why do we add water and grease when we cook our foods?
To conduct the heat around the food. With the new kitchen Craft construction, the metals conduct the heat and the nutrition is not
boiled out and poured down the drain and you can eliminate the
grease and fats that are clogging our arteries.

But the oven would dry the food out, shrink the foods,
take a long time and use a lot of energy.

In 1906, two American metal workers in West Bend Wisconsin, created the first waterless cooker at a cost of $69.00, that allowed you to cook several foods at the same time, with no water dissolving the nutrients and named it
“The Kitchen Craft Waterless Cooker”
Not a pressure cooker but a vacuum cooker.

The multi layer aluminum construction allowed the heat to transfer across the bottom, up the side walls and to the top creating a low temperature thermal cooking method that would be
owned and loved by millions throughout the world.

Today, the Kitchen Craft waterless cookware is hand crafted in West Bend, Wisconsin in a green American manufacturing facility.
The new .110 gage thermal core construction now allows for waterless "and" greaseless cooking and is changing the health of families throughout the world.

When you read our thousands of five star reviews, you will
understand why the health conscious families of the world are investing
in the “ last set of cookware in their life “, not the next one that ends up in the landfill a year later with toxic non stick chemicals leaching into our bodies.
“ where would we be financially, if every major purchase in our life
had the same lifetime warranty as Kitchen Craft Waterless Cookware?”


Water and high heat are the two greatest enemies to the
nutrition in your food. If we boil the food and pour the juices down the drain, the kitchen sink ends up the best fed member
of the family. When you cook your veggies the waterless way, the high retention of vitamins allows less food to satisfy your hunger, and you stay full longer. On the farm, if you gave the livestock Alfalfa or clover, it took half as much to keep them healthy as when you fed them fescue or straw. After we peel, boil and pour the juices away, there’s no nutrition left and we stay hungry and eat all the wrong foods because we had straw for lunch.


Nothing, until you cook in it and the toxic chemicals come unstuck and
aluminum goes into your food and then into your body. But, can a little bit really hurt you? Statistic from the Franklin institute: “ if you took all of the
blood vessels out of the average child and laid them out in one line, the
line would stretch over 60, 000 miles. An adults would be closer to
100,000 miles long which would circle the earth 4 times. I wouldn’t take the risk.


When you boil food, it takes 15 minutes for the water to boil, and 20 more minutes to cook. When you cook the waterless way, you are done in 12 to 15 minutes and use half the energy by starting on medium and turning to low.
Do not let Kitchen Craft waterless cookware be the next set you buy,
“Let it be the last set you’ll ever invest in."