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    Ceramic-Coated Cookware

    Use on low to medium heat only

    Use on low to medium heat only

    Stovetop Agnostic

    Stovetop Agnostic

    550°F Max Oven Heat

    550°F Max Oven Heat

    Handwash Only

    Handwash Only

    Caraway Cooking
    Caraway Cooking

    Before Cooking

    1Quick Dip

    Hand wash your pans with warm, soapy water to remove any dirt or debris left over from the manufacturing and shipping process.

    2Clean as a Whistle

    Wipe dry with a soft, non-abrasive dish towel to avoid scratching. The bottom surface of your pan should be dry before touching a burner.

    3Skip the Seasoning

    Ceramic comes naturally non-stick, so no need to season your pan beyond a dash of oil.

    4Ready for the Heat

    Pre-heat for up to 90 seconds on low to medium heat only before adding oil. Avoid leaving an empty pan on a hot burner, unless over very low heat.

    During Cooking

    1Burnin’ Up

    Ceramic can hold heat more efficiently than traditional pans, so use pans on low to medium heat when cooking. Overheating can wear away the non-stick coating.

    2Au Natural

    Your food will effortlessly glide on your ceramic pans, so less is more when it comes to oil or butter. 1-2 tablespoons is more than enough to lightly coat the entire pan surface. Allow 20-30 seconds to pre-heat before you add food.

    3Ditch the Sprays

    Avoid using oil sprays or cooking aerosols for greasing pans to preserve the naturally slick coating.

    4No Pointy Edges

    Metal utensils with rough edges may damage your non-stick coating. Stick to wooden, silicone, plastic, or nylon products. Always be sure to cut or dice food on a separate surface and not inside your pan.

    5Graceful Landing

    Carefully place pans on and off stovetops. Sliding across metal stovetops may damage the steel base.

    After Cooking

    1Time to Cool Down

    Let your cookware cool completely before running cold water over its surface to avoid thermal shock (meaning it might crack—yikes!). Your pans can withstand extreme temperatures on both ends of the spectrum, but sudden and significant changes can reduce their lifespan.

    2No Dishwasher, No Problem

    Our non-stick coating makes cleaning a breeze. Save time & water with a gentle scrub to keep your pans in optimal condition.

    3Squeaky Clean

    Clean the cooking surface with warm, soapy water and a non-abrasive sponge or dishcloth until the pan is spotless before storing. For stains on the exterior of the pan, you may use a stronger sponge (we suggest a wool sponge) with a high-strength detergent.

    4Breaking Bonds

    If food gets stuck onto the surface, fear not! Simmer soapy water over a low heat then gently scrape away with a sponge or non-abrasive scrubber. Rinse and repeat if needed.

    More questions about Ceramic-Coated Cookware?

    Does my cookware come with a warranty

    Yes, it does—check out our warranty here!

    What temperatures can my Caraway Cookware handle?

    To cook all of your favorite recipes while keeping your Caraway Cookware in mint condition, we recommend low to medium-low temperatures. Due to our thick, heat absorbent design, the cookware will hold onto whichever setting you use. A heat setting that is too high can badly burn your food and nullify the non-stick.

    Can I purchase the magnetic organizers separately?

    Our unique Canvas Lid Holder and Magnetic Pan Racks are perfectly packed inside the box of our Cookware Set and are not available for individual purchase. Check out the Cookware Sets here to take advantage of our space-saving storage solutions.

    Since this is non-stick, do I need to use oil?

    Caraway Cookware’s non-stick performance is best complemented with a little bit of oil, butter, or ghee to keep things slick and smooth while cooking. Note that a small amount will go a long way, and will ultimately help keep food from sticking to cooking surfaces and retaining your pan’s non-stick.

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    Stainless Steel Cookware

    Stovetop Agnostic

    Stovetop Agnostic

    Non-Toxic Stainless Steel

    Non-Toxic Stainless Steel

    5-Ply Construction

    5-Ply Construction

    Caraway Stainless Steel Cookware
    Caraway Stainless Steel Cookware

    Before First Use

    1Quick Dip

    Hand wash your pans with warm, soapy water to remove any dirt or debris left over from the manufacturing and shipping process.

    2Clean As A Whistle

    Wipe dry with a soft, non-abrasive dish towel to avoid scratching and dry spots. The bottom surface of your pan should be dry before touching a burner.

    3Let's Talk Prep

    Add oil or butter to your pan to create a slick surface for your food. Bring ingredients to room temperature before placing them into your heated pan (too cold food tends to stick to a warm pan!).

    4Ready For The Heat

    Preheat on low to medium heat before adding oil. Avoid leaving an empty pan on a hot burner.

    5Discover Your Winning Recipe

    For your first few uses, monitor your heat setting to gauge your stovetop & oven’s heat efficiency and adjust recipes as needed. Food should sizzle when it hits the pan as an indication of proper heating.

    During Cooking

    1Burnin' Up

    Caraway's 5-ply stainless steel cookware can hold heat more efficiently than traditional pans, so use yours on low to medium heat when cooking. Overheating can cause food to stick to the pan!

    2Au Natural

    Add oil or butter into your pan to lightly coat the entire surface. Allow time to pre-heat before you add food.

    3Ditch The Sprays

    Avoid oil sprays or cooking aerosols. Instead, use butter or liquid based oils to best preserve your cookware.

    4Salt When Hot

    Wait until the food inside your pan is nice & hot before adding salt to prevent calcium deposits from forming “pit” marks on the surface of your cookware.

    5No Pointy Edges

    Utensils with rough edges (like metal knives, whisks, or spatulas) will damage your stainless steel pans, so stick to soft wooden, silicone, plastic, or nylon products.

    6Graceful Landing

    Carefully place pans on and off stovetops. Sliding across metal stovetops scratch the pan’s exterior.

    After Use

    1Time To Cool Down

    Let your cookware cool completely before running cold water over its surface to avoid thermal shock (meaning it might crack—yikes!).

    2No Dishwasher, No Problem

    Save time & water with a gentle scrub to keep your pans in optimal condition. Avoid using the dishwasher as it can affect the longevity of your cookware.

    3Squeaky Clean

    Clean the cooking surface with warm, soapy water and a non-abrasive sponge or dishcloth until the pan is spotless before storing. For tougher stains, you may use a stronger sponge with a high-strength detergent.

    More questions about Stainless Steel Cookware?

    Does stainless steel require seasoning?

    Nope! Stainless steel doesn’t need to be seasoned like cast-iron or carbon steel. However, following proper heating instructions will go a long way in maximizing cooking performance.

    Will the stainless steel discolor?

    Exposure to prolonged periods of heat may cause discoloration over time, but fear not! Any stainless steel cookware cleaner will have your pans looking as good as new.

    Can I use metal utensils?

    We recommend using our FSC-certified wood utensils (or similar) to keep the cooking surface as scratch-free (and high performing) as possible!

    Are the pans induction & oven compatible?

    You bet! All pans have a magnetized stainless steel base plate that can be used with induction stovetops. Additionally, all pans are oven safe up to 550ºF and used under the broiler.

    Bakeware

    FREE OF PTFE, PFOA, LEAD & CADMIUM

    FREE OF PTFE, PFOA, LEAD & CADMIUM

    550°F Max Oven Heat

    550°F Max Oven Heat

    Handwash Only

    Handwash Only

    Caraway Baking
    Caraway Baking

    Before Baking

    1QUICK DIP

    Hand wash your bakeware with warm, soapy water to remove any dirt or debris left over from the manufacturing and shipping process.

    2CLEAN AS A WHISTLE

    Wipe dry with a soft, non-abrasive dish towel to avoid scratching. The full top and bottom surface of your bakeware should be fully dry before being put in the oven.

    3SKIP THE SEASONING

    Ceramic comes naturally non-stick, so no need to season your bakeware.

    4READY FOR THE HEAT

    Heat your oven to your desired temperature before adding in your bakeware. Avoid putting empty bakeware into the oven without any food on it.

    5FRIENDLY FIRE

    Your bakeware does not play well with open flames (stovetops, grills, campfires), so stick to only using in the oven.

    During Baking

    1DISCOVER YOUR WINNING RECIPE

    Our bakeware’s ceramic coating allows for even heat distribution. For your first few uses, closely monitor your heat setting to dial in on the perfect baking temperature or oven time and adjust recipes as needed.

    2LINE IT UP

    Our ceramic surface is designed for easy release when fully coated with flour, or a light amount of oil or butter, before food is added, per recipe instructions. For a speedy clean up, lining with parchment paper will also maintain its non-stick quality.

    3DITCH THE SPRAYS

    Avoid oil sprays or cooking aerosols. Instead, use butter or liquid based oils to best preserve the slick coating.

    4NO POINTY EDGES

    Utensils with rough edges will damage your non-stick coating, so stick to soft wooden, silicone, plastic, or nylon products. Avoid using metal entirely. Do not cut baked goods while they are in the pan.

    5GRACEFUL LANDING

    Sharp metal edges may damage the exterior base coating, so place carefully on and off oven grates and stovetops.

    6TOO HOT TO HANDLE

    When placing your bakeware in or out of the oven, use a pot holder, oven mitt, or dishtowel as the pans and handles will get hot to the touch.

    7HOT & POPPIN’

    It is normal for bakeware to slightly “warp” and make a popping sound in the oven due to the heat. Don’t worry—our bakeware’s reinforced rim will ensure it will flatten once cooled.

    8BAKED, NEVER BROILED

    Not to be used under an oven’s broil setting, beyond 550°F, or in a microwave.

    9ALL FIRED UP

    When you remove your bakeware from the oven, place your pans on the cork trivets provided to protect your kitchen countertops.

    After Baking

    1TIME TO COOL DOWN

    Let your bakeware cool completely before running cold water over its surface to avoid thermal shock (meaning it might crack—yikes!). Your bakeware can withstand extreme temperatures on both ends of the spectrum, but sudden and significant changes can reduce their lifespan.

    2A HANDY WAY TO CLEAN

    Our non-stick coating makes cleaning up by hand a breeze. Save time & water with a gentle scrub to keep your bakeware in optimal condition.

    3COME CLEAN

    Clean the cooking surface with warm, soapy water and a non-abrasive sponge or dishcloth until the pan is spotless before storing. For stains on the exterior of the pan, you may use a stronger sponge (we suggest a wool sponge) with a high-strength detergent.

    4BREAKING BONDS

    If food gets stuck onto the surface, fear not! Cover the baking pan with 2 tablespoons of baking soda and 1 cup vinegar. Let the mixture sit for 30 minutes. This will release stuck-on food so that it can be easily wiped away. Once the mess is gone, wash the baking pan with mild dish soap.

    5BROWNING POINTS

    Similar to your favorite cast iron pan, browning is natural and bound to occur with regular baking and use (it builds character)—but it’s nothing some baking soda and vinegar can’t remove.

    6DRY IT OUT

    Dry with a soft, non-abrasive dish towel or place inside your bakeware storage to air dry completely.

    7LOAD IT UP

    For storing, we recommend utilizing your storage caddies to keep your bakeware in top condition. If stacking, place towels, trivets, or a protective sheath between pan surfaces to minimize direct contact.

    More questions about Bakeware?

    Does my bakeware come with a warranty?

    Yes, it does—check out our warranty here!

    What temperatures can Caraway Bakeware handle?

    Caraway Bakeware can easily handle roasting temperatures up to 550ºF. The Bakeware can also withstand freezing temperatures, though we do not recommend going directly from a hot oven to a cold freezer until the pans cool down. We do not recommend using Caraway Bakeware under an oven’s broil setting.

    Do I need to use parchment paper, flour, aluminum foil, etc?

    We recommend following the recipe and lining the bakeware if needed. Anything that covers the baking surface during use will also extend the pan’s longevity.

    My baking sheet has food stuck on it! How can I clean this?

    Cover your pan with 2 tablespoons of baking soda and 1 cup of vinegar and allow to soak for 30 minutes. This will help release any food debris left behind. Finally, simply rinse your pan and wash with mild dish soap.

    Tea Kettle

    Use on low to medium heat only

    Use on low to medium heat only

    Stovetop Agnostic

    Stovetop Agnostic

    Handwash Only

    Handwash Only

    Tea Kettle Cream with Potholder
    Tea Kettle Cream with Potholder

    Before First Use

    1Quick Dip

    After removing the caution sticker from the handle, hand wash your kettle with warm, soapy water to remove any dirt or debris left over from the manufacturing and shipping process.

    2CLEAN AS A WHISTLE

    Wipe dry with a soft, non-abrasive dish towel to avoid scratching. The bottom surface of your kettle should be dry before touching a burner.

    3FILL ‘ER UP

    Never place an empty kettle on a hot burner or allow your kettle to boil dry without any water in it. This will damage your kettle and potentially your stovetop.

    During Use

    1MAXED OUT

    Fill the kettle with water up to the Max Fill line located inside the kettle. Overfilling the kettle will lead to spillage when boiling.

    2STICK TO THE STOVE

    Never place your kettle on a burner larger than its base, or in an oven, microwave, or dishwasher.

    3GRACEFUL LANDING

    Sliding across stovetops may damage your kettle or your stovetop (especially glass or induction). Always carefully lift it on and off.

    4BURNIN’ UP

    Our kettle boils water more efficiently than traditional kettles, so low to medium heat is all you need. Lower heat will increase the longevity of your kettle and avoid causing damage to your stovetop.

    5WHISTLEBLOWER

    For proper whistling, make sure to tightly place the lid on your kettle.

    6THE 20 SECOND RULE

    When you hear the whistle indicating the water has finished boiling, turn off your burner and wait approximately 20 seconds until the water ceases to boil. Do not pour boiling water from the kettle.

    7TOO HOT TO HANDLE

    Always use the provided pot holder or mitt when removing the kettle from the burner or pouring, and do not remove the lid until fully cooled. Handles and lid will be hot to the touch and take 30 minutes to cool down after boiling.

    8LOCKED & LOADED

    Push the handle lever down until you feel a click or the spout is fully raised and locked into place in order to begin pouring.

    9POUR WITH CAUTION

    To avoid spilling boiling water (not ideal for tea time), do not pour from the kettle unless the lid is closed and locked.

    10ALL FIRED UP

    When setting down a hot lid or kettle, place on top of a pot holder or trivet to protect your kitchen countertops.

    After Use

    1TIME TO COOL DOWN

    Always let your kettle cool completely (about 30 minutes) before allowing it to touch cold water in order to avoid thermal shock (meaning it might crack—yikes!).

    2NO DISHWASHER, NO PROBLEM

    All you need is a gentle scrub to keep your kettle in optimal condition. Never wash your kettle in the dishwasher.

    3SQUEAKY CLEAN

    Clean your kettle with warm, soapy water and a non-abrasive sponge until the kettle is spotless before storing. For tougher stains, try a wool sponge with strong detergent.

    4LIKE MAGIC

    For any stains that can’t be removed with your sponge, there is nothing a melamine cleaning sponge can’t solve.

    More questions about the Tea Kettle?

    What is Caraway’s Tea Kettle made out of?

    Our Tea Kettle contains a stainless steel body with an exterior non-toxic ceramic coating.

    Is Caraway’s Tea Kettle non-toxic?

    Our Tea Kettle does not include potentially toxic materials like PFOA, PTFE, other PFAs, lead, and cadmium. We also refrain from using any form of hard anodization.

    How much water can my Kettle hold at once?

    Caraway’s Tea Kettle has a 2 QT capacity.

    Food Storage

    DISHWASHER SAFE

    DISHWASHER SAFE

    MICROWAVE, OVEN, REFRIGERATOR, AND FREEZER SAFE

    MICROWAVE, OVEN, REFRIGERATOR, AND FREEZER SAFE

    Food Safe Materials

    Food Safe Materials

    Food Storage Set Gray
    Food Storage Set Gray

    Before First Use

    1QUICK DIP

    Hand wash all containers with warm, soapy water to remove any dirt or debris left over from the manufacturing and shipping process.

    2CLEAN AS A WHISTLE

    Wipe dry with a soft, non-abrasive dish towel to avoid scratching.

    3FRIENDLY FIRE

    Your ceramic-coated glass containers do not play well with open flames, so stick to the microwave or oven.

    During Use

    1NO POINTY EDGES

    Metal utensils may damage the non-stick coating, so stick to soft wooden, silicone, plastic, or nylon products.

    2GRACEFUL LANDING

    Sliding across surfaces may damage the container's exterior coating. Always carefully lift and set down, and avoid dropping.

    3TOO HOT TO HANDLE

    Always use a pot holder, oven mitt, or tea towel when removing your containers from a hot oven or microwave.

    4ALL FIRED UP

    When removing from the oven or microwave, always set the hot container down onto a trivet, pot holder, or tea towel to prevent damage to your countertops.

    5TIME TO CHILL

    Do not take containers directly from the freezer to a hot oven or microwave (this could cause your containers to crack—yikes!). Allow frozen food to thaw before reheating.

    6ALWAYS SAVE SPACE

    When using in a freezer or refrigerator, allow space in the containers for liquids or food to expand.

    7COOL IT DOWN

    Allow hot food contents to completely cool before sealing and storing.

    Microwave & Oven Use

    1EASY HEATING

    Follow your microwave’s instructions on heat settings and cooking time when defrosting, cooking, or reheating foods. Overheating for extended periods of time will damage your containers.

    2TOP IT OFF

    Remove the lids whenever microwaving your food containers.

    3PARTY OF NONE

    Do not microwave an empty container.

    4SKIP THE PLASTICS

    Avoid using plastic wrap on or inside the container whenever microwaving. Plastic wrap can potentially heat, melt, and then adhere to the container walls.

    5PRE-OVEN PREP

    Only the ceramic-coated glass containers can be used in the oven up to 450ºF, so be sure to remove all lids and inserts before they enter your oven.

    6READY FOR HEAT

    Preheat your oven to your desired temperature before inserting your food containers. Avoid putting empty ceramic-coated glass containers into the oven without any food inside.

    7DISCOVER YOUR WINNING RECIPE

    For your first few uses, closely monitor your heat setting to dial in on the perfect cooking temperature or oven time and adjust recipes as needed.

    8BAKED, NEVER BROILED

    Not to be used under an oven’s broil setting.

    After Use

    1TIME TO COOL DOWN

    Let your containers cool completely if you use the microwave or oven before installing the lid or running cold water over its surface to avoid melting or thermal shock, which can lead to cracks.

    2CALL IN THE CLEANING COMMITTEE

    Wash your containers in the dishwasher on a normal wash cycle for a thorough, deep clean in between uses.

    3SQUEAKY CLEAN

    Whenever hand washing, clean your containers with warm warm, soapy water and a non-abrasive sponge until they are spotless before storing. For tougher stains, try a wool sponge with strong detergent.

    4DRY IT OUT

    Dry with a soft, non-abrasive dish towel or set containers in your storage racks to air dry completely.

    5MAKE IT THROUGH

    When drying, remove the lids from each container so that air can dry the inside of your containers. Remember to remove the gasket on your container lids for a thorough dry.

    6LOAD IT UP

    For storing, we recommend utilizing your storage racks to keep your containers in mint condition. If stacking, place a protective sheath between container surfaces to minimize direct contact.

    More questions about Food Storage?

    What temperatures can Caraway’s Food Storage be stored in?

    Our Food Storage is microwave, oven, refrigerator, and freezer safe! Please note, you should always remove your lid before placing your storage container in the oven or microwave. Follow your microwave’s instructions on heat settings and cooking time when defrosting, cooking, or reheating foods. Overheating for extended periods of time will damage your containers. Only the ceramic-coated glass containers can be used in the oven up to 450F, so be sure to remove all lids and inserts before they enter your oven.

    (Not to be used under an oven’s broil setting)

    Is Caraway’s Food Storage dishwasher safe?

    Yes!

    What is Caraway’s Food Storage made out of?

    Our Food Storage is made out of non-toxic, non-stick ceramic coated glass

    Is Caraway’s Food Storage non-toxic?

    Our Food Storage Set’s coating does not include potentially toxic materials like PFOA, PTFE, other PFAs, BPA, BPS, lead, cadmium, or toxic metals. Message us for our test reports!

    Prep Set

    FSC-Certified Birch Wood

    FSC-Certified Birch Wood

    Premium German Steel Blades

    Premium German Steel Blades

    Handwash Only

    Handwash Only

    Prep Set - Multi - Lifestyle Desktop
    Prep Set - Multi - Lifestyle Mobile

    Before First Use

    1QUICK DIP

    Hand wash all knives & utensils with warm, soapy water to remove any dirt or debris left over from the manufacturing and shipping process.

    2SPICK & SPAN

    Wipe the inside surface of the tray and bin with a damp cloth before setting them on your countertop.

    3CLEAN AS A WHISTLE

    Dry all items with a soft, non-abrasive dish towel to avoid scratching after washing.

    4SKIP THE TREATMENT

    Your Wood Utensils, Knife Block, and Utensil Bucket come pre-treated, so no need to oil or wax these items before or after use.

    How To Care For Your Utensils

    1HAND WASH ONLY

    Always hand wash your utensils immediately after use with warm soapy water. Ensure you wash both sides of the utensil to avoid uneven drying. Steer clear of submerging your utensils in water or dish soap so they do not warp.

    2STAND UP STRAIGHT

    Warping & cracking can occur as wood contracts and expands. When drying, stand your utensils upright on your counter or wipe down with a dish towel to remove excess water prior to storing.

    3CALL IN THE CLEANING COMMITTEE

    To disinfect, sprinkle the affected area with kosher salt, squeeze lemon juice over, and use the lemon to rub the mixture over the area. Allow the paste to dry, and gently wipe off. Alternatively, you can use a solution of 25% distilled white vinegar and 75% water. Do not use bleach or baking soda on your utensils as they may cause damage.

    How To Care For Your Knives

    1CUT WITH CAUTION

    Avoid surfaces that can dull or damage your knives such as fine china, marble, granite, tile, porcelain, stainless-steel countertops, and glass. We recommend using wooden or quality plastic cutting boards for the ideal stable surface.

    2HAND WASH RECOMMENDED

    All you need is a gentle scrub to keep your knives in optimal condition. Avoid dishwashing or submerging in water as it can affect the longevity of your knives.

    3SO LONG, PATINA

    To minimize patina when cutting highly acidic foods, occasionally rinse the blade clean in between chops.

    4SHINING STAR

    Over time, stainless steel knives lose their shine. To restore, rub white vinegar, lemon juice, or a food-safe stainless steel cleaner over the blade with a dishcloth.

    5STAY SHARP

    For blade maintenance, regularly sharpen your knives before use and store them in the provided Knife Block. Keeping knives loose in a drawer or dishwashing will dull the blades and risk accidentally getting cut.

    6ON THE FLIPSIDE

    Scraping food off a cutting board with your blade will dull it over time. Instead, flip the knife around and use the topside when scraping.

    More questions about the Prep Set?

    Are the knives safe?

    Of course! Do remember that these knives are sharp. Use caution when taking them in and out of the knife block and follow the curvature of the internal bumper.

    Can the storage pieces be disassembled for cleaning?

    All storage pieces are modular and can easily be removed and put back together.

    Do the knives need to be sharpened on a regular basis?

    We recommend using a honing rod every 5 uses, and a knife sharpener 1-2 times per year. With that in mind, remember that a sharp & precise knife is always safer than a dull one.

    Cutting Board Set

    FSC-Certified Wood

    FSC-Certified Wood

    Mineral Oil & Wax Finish

    Mineral Oil & Wax Finish

    Handwash Only

    Handwash Only

    Cutting Board Set - Lifestyle Desktop
    Cutting Board Set - Lifestyle Mobile

    How To Care For Your Boards

    1HAND WASH ONLY

    Always hand wash both sides of your Cutting Boards immediately after use with warm soapy water. Don’t submerge your boards in water or place them in a dishwasher. If you’re cutting something that doesn’t need a rinse, stay clear of water to extend the longevity of your boards.

    2STAND UP STRAIGHT

    Warping & cracking can occur as wood contracts and expands. When drying, always stand your boards upright on your counter or in their organizer to allow them to dry evenly.

    3TREAT ‘EM RIGHT

    To extend each board’s longevity, apply mineral oil with a clean cloth once a month. Let oil set for a few hours before wiping dry with a cloth. For an extra shine, apply food-grade beeswax once dry. Do not use vegetable or nut-based oils on your boards.

    4SQUEAKY CLEAN

    To disinfect stains, squeeze fresh lemon juice directly onto your boards with a sprinkle of kosher salt, using the lemon to rub the mixture across the entire area. Once dry, gently scrape off. Alternatively, use a solution of 25% distilled white vinegar and 75% water. Do not use bleach or baking soda on your boards.

    More questions about Cutting Board Set?

    Can I put my cutting boards in the dishwasher?

    Dishwashers are notorious for their abrasive ways of cleaning and tend to cause wooden boards to splinter. Because of this, we suggest handwashing your boards to keep them in pristine condition.

    How do I care for my cutting boards?

    To extend each board’s longevity, apply mineral oil with a clean cloth once a month. Let oil set for a few hours before wiping dry with a cloth. For an extra shine, apply food-grade beeswax once dry. Never use vegetable or nut-based oils on your board.

    How do I disinfect my boards?

    To disinfect stains, you can squeeze fresh lemon juice onto your boards with a sprinkle of kosher salt, using the lemon to rub the mixture across the entire area. Once dry, gently scrape off. Alternatively, use a solution of 25% distilled white vinegar and 75% water. Never use bleach or baking soda on your boards!

    Glass Lid

    Dishwasher Safe

    Dishwasher Safe

    Max-oven-heat 425

    Max-oven-heat 425

    Tempered Glass

    Tempered Glass

    CareCleaning - Glass Lid - Lifestyle Stainless Pan

    How To Care For Your Glass Lid

    1READY FOR HEAT

    Our Glass Lids were designed to go from the stove to the oven and can handle a maximum temperature of 425°F.

    2TIME TO COOL DOWN

    Allow Glass Lids to completely cool before running cold water over their surfaces to avoid thermal shock (which will affect the performance and longevity of your lids).

    3HANDY TO HANDWASH

    Our Glass Lids are dishwasher safe. When hand washing, we recommend cleaning with warm, soapy water and a non-abrasive sponge until spotless.

    More questions about Glass Lids?

    Are the Glass Lids durable?

    Yes! The Glass Lids are made with premium & thick tempered glass, which can last years with proper care.

    Do I need to use them any differently than existing lids?

    Other than not using in the oven beyond 425ºF, the Glass Lids can be used interchangeably with your existing Caraway lids.

    What lids fit the Lid Organizer, and how many? 

    The Lid Organizer can fit up to 4 of any of Caraway’s ceramic-coated, stainless steel and glass lids.

    Can the Glass Lids fit in the hanging lid holder? Why does this organizer exist? 

    Yes, the Glass Lids can fit in the Cookware Set-exclusive hanging canvas Lid Holder (that is able to fit up to three lids). The new Lid Organizer offers you a new & extra way to store your lids.

    What’s the warranty policy?

    Caraway offers a warranty policy of one year from date of purchase of the Glass Lids & Lid Organizer.

    Kitchen Gadgets

    Handwash Only

    Handwash Only

    Easy to Clean

    Easy to Clean

    Kitchen Gadgets Set - Storage Lifestyle on Countertop
    Kitchen Gadgets Set - Storage Lifestyle on Countertop - Mobile

    How To Care For Your Kitchen Gadgets

    1Squeaky Clean

    Rinse with warm water and dish soap immediately after use to prevent items from sticking. Towel dry and allow to dry in a dish rack. We recommend letting the products dry fully before placing them in the included storage rack. 

    2Hand Wash Only

    The high heat of dishwashing and harsher washing cycles may lead to pit corrosion, wear sharp edges more quickly, and cause other issues.

    3Too Hot To Handle

    Do not place close to the oven, freezer, or refrigerator. Subjecting stainless steel to extreme temperatures may adversely affect the material properties, leading to corrosion, cracking, or other defects.

    More questions about Kitchen Gadgets?

    Are these items heavy?

    Our Kitchen Gadgets are evenly-weighted, with the heaviest one (Garlic Press) weighing less than a box of pasta. While heavier than some plastic alternatives, we’ve chosen the lightest quality materials that still provide enhanced performance.

    Can I sharpen the blade on the Pizza Cutter and Vegetable Peeler?

    The blades come factory-sharpened and will retain their edge for extended periods of time. We do not recommend sharpening at home, as this may damage the blades or risk injury. 

    How do I use the Garlic Press? 

    The Garlic Press separates into 2 halves: the “hopper” and the “press head.” Ingredients are loaded into the hopper side. To detach, rotate the handles so they’re approximately 90 degrees apart and lift the press head up vertically.

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