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Bronze is also called as Kansa in Hindi or Vengalam in other Southern part of India is an alloy of Copper, with the addition of Tin, which is often a few more percent, with other metals. The nutritional benefit of Bronze-grade utensils is that they retain over 95% of the nutrients in the food they cook. Additionally, they do not corrode easily. You can lower the risk of toxic elements being introduced into your food by using a Kansa cooking vessel. The alkalinity of bronze alloy provides food with a less acidic value which is beneficial to health. Moreover, Vengala is recyclable at 99%, which makes it an environmentally friendly material.