i read that hard anodized surface is already non-stick. great because now people who want to avoid teflon can have an alternative. but every product they coat it with teflon.
so what is the point of choosing hard anodized over regular alumnium when both are teflon coated?
anodized layer is so thin, so i can't imagine it doing much for heat distribution nor anti-warping. please correct me if i am wrong on this.
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