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Saucepans are round pots with flat bottom used for cooking, heating and making sauces. It has varying size and depth with comfortable handle.
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A deep round cooking pan, made of metal,aluminum, non sticky and with one long handle and a lid.

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This pan has a round bottom with straight, tall sides and a lid.

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