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nonstick but not non-stick - question

jccooks | May 18, 200701:37 PM     17

I just got a great selection of All Clad Ltd pots and pans for my wedding, but need a great fry pan for omlettes and such.. therefore want it to be as stick free as possible.
Avoiding teflon or other coatings is key for me, as it has a tendency to get scratched up in my house (and we'd prefer not to eat that stuff).
My best guess so far would be a le creuset pan, but does anyone have other suggestions?
Is a le crueset as a good match for eggs as the non-stick?

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