My Favorite Eco-Friendly Non-Stick Pan
10″ Stone Earth Pan by Ozeri, with 100% PFOA-Free Stone-Derived Non-Stick Coating from Germany
•Utilizes a natural stone-derived coating from Germany that achieves non-stick perfection while remaining 100% free of PFOA, a harmful chemical found in traditional cookware.
•Features a scratch-resistant stone-based coating that is super easy to clean.
•Superior non-stick performance.
•Comfortable silicon coated handle.
•Induction stove safe.
I have used my Stone Earth pan for quite a few things now! It browns hamburger in half the time. It cooks omelets without any sticking, even when you add too much cheese. It sautes onions and mushrooms perfectly in about a third of the time. I even used it to make a stroganoff sauce. I love this pan! Nothing sticks to it. Did I mention that you can even put the whole thing in the oven? Just be careful of the handle- you NEED to use a potholder. I made an omelet, and put the pan and all in the oven for a few minutes to melt the cheese. Amazing results!
It even has a magnetized base for use with rapid heat transfer induction stoves. I don’t have that type of stove, but I still notice that things cook faster. I love that it is Eco-friendly and does not release harmful chemicals when cooking at high heats. It does not contain any PFOA to give off. It’s great to have a pan that supports green living.
The one thing it is missing is a cover. Sometimes you need a cover, especially when cooking rice dishes. Luckily, I have a lid that fits perfectly.
I highly recommend this Earth-Friendly Stone Earth Pan from Ozeri for anyone who loves to cook. You won’t be disappointed!
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