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Old 05-07-2015, 08:39 AM   #21
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We had a decent selection of pots and fry pans for use in the trailer before getting the Magma set a few years back. With the Magma set, things are way more condensed given now nicely they nest. We added a sauté pan, which nests with it, and have considered the colander too which also nests.

We have also taken out at least one mixing/serving bowl, as we can use one of the pots for that. All in all, we have reduced our volume of cookware to way less than half of what it was before, something quite important to us in our attempts to minimize what we carry.

Things like this help eliminate the need to carry stuff in the tow vehicle, or have to get one of those front storage boxes.

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Old 05-07-2015, 08:40 AM   #22
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I needed to find a big lid to make my wok perfectly versatile. But at 14 inches across could find nothing. (Sure, unless you're willing to pay $60+bucks.) I went to Good Will. They had a glass disk used as a revolving tray in a big microwave oven. Only issue is it's shatter proof glass so cannot drill holes in it to make a handle. Otherwise, no worries. Perfect fit, $4bucks.

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Old 05-07-2015, 11:52 AM   #23
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Originally Posted by padlin View Post
I have a slider there so you'll have even more room, fits easily. The cabinet is something like 24" deep.
That is a beautiful slide-in shelf.

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