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To cook delicate foods, there's nothing quite as effective as a double boiler. It is also quite useful in warming food.

Generally, a double boiler consists of two pans; the lower pan, in which water is placed to simmer, and the upper pan, into which goes the food.

Remember to use them on gentle-to-moderate heat.

You can create a makeshift double boiler using the universal unit below, or by placing a smaller pan (for the food) inside a larger one (for the water), and elevating it with a trivet of some sort.

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