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"Non-Stick" Roasting Pan

Ian | Nov 11, 200205:38 PM     7

Recently saw a very durable looking aluminum roasting pan at a local discount warehouse store, for a very reasonable price. The pan has a non-stick interior. Wondering if anyone has any thoughts about this. Isn't some of the point to deglaze the pan while the roast is "resting?" Won't the non-stick feature bar that operation. Also wondering if the coating won't deteriorate with the typically high temperatures of roasting? Any thoughts appreciated.

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