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Cookware

Nonstick OXO Pro vs. USA Pan

DLovsky | Dec 13, 201505:02 AM     7

Maybe I'm late, but I recently (2 months ago) found this OXO Good Grips® Pro Nonstick line at the local BB&B with a somewhat higher price tag (of course, it's OXO).
http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/store...
https://www.oxo.com/products/cooking-...

So how this OXO "Ceramic-reinforced, nonstick interior coating" compares to the "Americoat Plus, a clear, nonstick, environmentally-friendly silicone coating"?
http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/store...
http://www.usapans.com/bakeware.html

Anyone tried, compared both maybe?

On a side note, I would better trust a one mold shape than folded metal.
Why? Because of the rust at the junction. It wasn't USAPans, but went back to the store in a hurry!
Once again, I'm at odds with CI. Who would have thought?
http://www.cooksillustrated.com/video...

OXO Good Grips Pro Nonstick 9-Inch Square Cake Pan
Cooking & Baking
USA Pan Nonstick Square Cake Pan
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