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Demarle offers lightweight, flexible cookware

Demarle - European cookware suited for the RV lifestyle
  • Editor Rating

  • Rated 4 stars
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Summary:

As an RVer, many of my most interesting and intriguing experiences have been a result of “chance encounters of a superior kind.” A recent chance encounter occurred at the historic Cary Hotel in Placerville, Calif., during a cooking demonstration.

Would I normally attend a cooking demo? No way. However, in my youth, I sold West Bend Aluminum Cookware to young Amish ladies in the Shipshewana, Ind., region, so I was quite curious to learn about a cookware product which was very new to me.

The product, Demarle Cookware, has been used in Europe for several years and is now offered in the United States. The invitation was for an evening meal and dessert fully prepared by the hostess, Leslie Joost.

Demarle silicone molds are made using a combination of silicone and woven glass. The molds are very lightweight and flexible. They may be folded or rolled without breakage. They are fully guaranteed and may be used 2,000 to 3,000 times without evidence of sticking.

A multitude of molds offers excellent diversity in size and shapes of baked products. This cooking collection seems ideally suited to the RVing lifestyle because the molds are lightweight, flexible, easy to clean and easy to handle and store.

The entree, breads and desserts prepared by Leslie were superior in taste. Of course, Leslie loves to cook and bake, and is excellent at her craft. One would not expect the same results if I were doing the cooking. The Demarle at Home website displays the diverse cooking collection.

Those interested in the Demarle Cooking Collection may purchase the products from sales representatives, such as Leslie at Ljoost1975@yahoo.com For those who may wish to become a sales associate this appears to be a favorable opportunity for making money on the road, especially for good cooks who RV.

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Pros

  • Constructed of non-toxic silicone and woven glass materials
  • Non stick molds
  • No need for oils or sprays
  • Even distribution of heat with black flexipan and perforated sheet.
  • Lightweight, ideal for RVs
  • Very flexible
  • Reduces caloric intake due to less oil used.
  • Accepts heat to 480 F
  • Superior strength and durability. Flexipan has a lifetime guarantee.
  • Flexipan comes in more than 200 shapes. Silform comes in more than 100 shapes.
  • Ideal for pizza, breads, pastas.
  • Host parties and receive discounts on the products.
  • You may sell from your RV.

Cons

  • Prices seem fairly expensive, but product is long lasting.
  • Many of the molds are too large for RV ovens, but there are small molds, too.
  • Product may be purchased at Amazon and other locations online, but there are no guarantees.

About Dr. Bob Gorden

Dr. Bob Gorden is an RVer, hiker and writer. He has a PhD in microbial ecology from the University of Georgia in Athens. He is a retired research scientist from the University of Illinois Natural History Survey. He has owned and operated more than 55 RVs of various types, and has visited every state, except Hawaii, in his RV. He also traveled by RV in New Zealand, Canada and Mexico. He currently owns and travels in a 1978 GMC 26-foot Class A and 2013 Thor ACE 30.1 Class A motorhome. He has a compelling desire to be “On the Road Again!”

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