I am leery of the materials used to coat most non-stick pans. Used while in excellent shape and at low temperatures, I probably do not need to be freaking out. But I don't always cook at low temps. And, let's be frank here, that coating eventually starts chipping away. Is this really something I'm eager to be feeding my children?
Here's my solution:
The Green Earth Frying Pan
I adore this pan. I can cook with as much or as little fat as I want and food slides right off. Soaking? What's soaking? It cleans in a snap.
Here are some of the features, according to Amazon:
- Utilizes an ultra-safe ceramic coating derived from nature which is 100% PTFE and PFOA free.
- Delivers unprecedented non-stick performance without releasing harmful fumes or toxins at high temperatures.
- Features a scratch-resistant 100 ceramic coating as found in nature (no heavy metals or chemicals) that is super easy to clean.
- Made out of durable heavy-gauge pure aluminum with no heavy metals or harmful chemicals.
- Boasts a comfortable heat resistant Bakelight handle, and a magnetized induction stove safe base for rapid head transfer.
Have you ever cooked with a ceramic pan? What are your thoughts about non-stick cookware?
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