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Nonstick

We've got your ultimate guide to nonstick cookware, from health concerns to how to care for it and which brands to buy.

Teflon, Ceramic, Anodized Aluminum: A Guide to Nonstick Cookware

Teflon, ceramic, anodized aluminum...if you are on the hunt for new nonstick cookware, you may be overwhelmed by the options. With nearly a dozen different varieties of pots and pans to choose from...

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Nonstick Pan - I Have a Nick - Do I have to Dump it?

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by Lila 14 years ago

I never really followed all the teflon hysteria, but now that my pan has a little nick in it, I wonder -- should I replace it? Will I get sick if I don't?

Non-Stick 12-Inch Skillet Recommendations?

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by Melissa 14 years ago

(re-posting this from General Topics...) I'm looking for a non-stick skillet for under $100. I had read a while ago that America's Test Kitchen recommended the Farberware Millennium Soft Touch St...

Non-Stick 12-Inch Skillet Recommendations?

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by Melissa 14 years ago

I'm looking for a non-stick skillet for under $100. I had read a while ago that America's Test Kitchen recommended the Farberware Millennium Soft Touch Stainless-Steel 12-Inch Nonstick Skillet, bu...

Storing Non Stick Cookware

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by boltnut55 14 years ago

We finally splurged for a nice set of Caphalon non-stick ware since all our other mix and match leftovers had lots of scratches. We don't have space for the hanging rack. How are we suppose to st...

non stick grill pans

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by Rita 14 years ago

Anyone have any experience with Lafont 10" Square Skillet Grill? It's cast iron from France-much cheaper then Le Creuset.

Non-Teflon nonstick pans

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by LisaM 14 years ago

I'm looking for good nonstick cookware that is not Teflon-coated, and that is reasonably priced (I know, whatever that is). Note: I am not looking to debate the merits/dangers of Teflon use. Th...

Teflon vs other non-stick surfaces

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by Rita 14 years ago

With all the negative stories about Teflon going around, I was wondering about the other non-stick surfaces for cooking. Are they all equally horrible (carcinogenic) or is it just Teflon? thanks

Teflon vs other non-stick surfaces

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by Rita 14 years ago

With all the negative stories about Teflon going around, I was wondering about the other non-stick surfaces for cooking. Are they all equally horrible (carcinogenic) or is it just Teflon?

Does non-stick equal Teflon?

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by BluPlateSpec 14 years ago

Is all cookware identified as non-stick made with Teflon or another similar chemical compound? I have a Calphalon pan with a "Hard-Anodized" coating and also a Circulon wok with a like coating. Are...

Non Stick Pans/Teflon

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by Elena 14 years ago

In today's NY Times (THursday 26 Jan)pg A16. There is a piece: EPA Seeks to Phase Out a Toxic Chemical. The EPA has asked DuPont and seven other companies to stop using PFOA, Perfluorooctanoic aci...

anyone every return an all clad non-stick that started sticking?

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by mdibiaso 14 years ago

I have a 12 inch All Clad non-stick skillet that after about 2 years started sticking a bit. A good example is that fried eggs, even with a good amount of butter do not just slide out. I think I ha...

Kitchen Aid non stick roasting pan gone bad

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by Richard 14 years ago

My coworker was cleaning his kitchen aid non stick roasting pan in the sink the other day with a sponge and the non stick coating started coming off for no reason at all. It's just about a year old...

Non-stick vs. non Non-stick cookware

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by JulesNY 14 years ago

When do you use a non-stick pan and when do you use a regular metal finish pan? I'm trying to fill out my cookware collection and I'm not sure what to get in each finish... I like the ease of non-...

Scanpan + Nonstick Spray

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by David A. 14 years ago

I just bought a nice Scanpan nonstick frying pan but the directions say not to use nonstick spray on it. How seriously should I take this? I use nonstick spray on other nonstick cookware with no di...

Are scratched non-stick appliances dangerous?

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by Aimee 14 years ago

The teflon inner pot to my rice cooker has gotten scratched. I've been ignoring it but I remember hearing that it might not be safe. Does it need to be replaced? Thanks Aimee

Simmering in Non-stick Saucepan -- is it okay?

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by DanaB 15 years ago

Hi all -- I know you are not supposed to cook on really high heat in a teflon/non-stick saucepan, but are there any problems associated with long-term simmering at a lower temperature? I like to...

excalibur non-stick cookware [Moved from Home Cooking Board]

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by ctmom 15 years ago

a friend of mine, who doesn't do much cooking, was bragging about her pots and pans with the excalibur non-stick coating. Does anyone here use them and are they any good? She bought them off hsn ...

Nonstick pans and high heat

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by JS 15 years ago

Most of the nonstick pans I've bought have come with warnings not use the pan on high heat, explaining that the high heat destroys the non-stick coating on the pan. However, I've also seen Chine...

Do I need a non-stick pot to make oatmeal???

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by Jellybelly 15 years ago

I have never been excited about non-stick and I never thought I needed a non-stick pot. BUT today I (for the first time) made oatmeal with milk. Well, it was delicious, but it left my pot (an All...

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