Nowadays aluminum foil is an essential for family, which can be used for packaging food for the freezer, and lining baking sheets and grill grates. It can even be a cooking vessel all on its own, which is especially handy if you're short on pots and pans (or just don't feel like cleaning).
There are two kinds of aluminum foil in our daily life: heavy duty aluminum foil
and regular aluminum foil. Is there any difference between them?
Today, Zhengzhou Eming Aluminum Industry, as a professional aluminum foil manufacturer and supplier in China, will tell you the difference between heavy duty aluminum foil and regular ones.
Both the heavy duty aluminum foil and regular ones are made of the same material, but there's a key difference: the thickness of the foil.
Since regular aluminum foil is thinner than the heavy-duty version, it doesn't stand up to high heat and weighty items as well.
Regular aluminum foil will definitely work for kitchen tasks like covering dishes to be stored in the fridge, wrapping sandwiches and other foods, and lining baking sheets. But regular foil doesn't hold up as well with heavy foods or with high-heat cooking on the grill, where it's more likely to tear, rip or break.
Heavy duty aluminum foil is thicker and sturdier than regular aluminum foil. It's tough enough to stand up to high heat, heavy food items, and long-term storage in the freezer. Because of the extra thickness, it's also a better choice for campfire packets.
Heavy duty aluminum foil can do everything that regular foil can do, but it doesn't work the other way around. You can stick with the regular stuff for basic tasks like covering or wrapping foods and lining baking sheets, but go for heavy duty foil for grilling and freezer storage.
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