Wednesday, November 6, 2013
There are so many different types of cookware on the market, but are they safe? Alot of cookware has PFOA in it! PFOA is a chemical, that is used in the manufacturing of traditional PTFE-based nonstick cookware coatings and other products. It’s very unsafe to use cookware that has PFOA coating! There are a couple of articles to back that up, one is called, Yale study links common chemicals to osteoarthritis and the other one is called, Deadly Teflon chemical – Decades of cover-ups. They both state how PFOA can cause very serious health problems! After reading articles like that, you wouldn't want to use a pan that had PFOA in it! Why jeopardize your health for a pan!
100% PFOA-Free, Non-Stick Stainless Steel Earth Pan
For this review, I received the 100% PFOA-Free, Non-Stick Stainless Steel Earth Pan! The Earth Pan has a safe and natural non-stick ETERNA coating, which is the world's only stainless steel frying pan to achieve non-stick perfection, while remaining absolutely free of PFOA! The ETERNA coating was developed in the USA, by Whitford USA. The EPA has classified PFOA (PerFluoroOctanoicAcid) as a persistent pollutant of the environment. According to the EPA, once ingested PFOA is capable of remaining in people for a very long time, and has been shown to cause developmental and other adverse effects in laboratory animals.
I have used it just about everyday, since I got it. I absolutely love it! Food doesn't stick, it's very easy to clean and I love the high sides on it! I would absolutely recommend the Stainless Steel Earth Pan!
- Made with the highest quality Stainless Steel.
- 100 % Free of PFOA and harmful heavy metals.
- Superior non-stick performance.
- Comfortable heat resistant stainless steel handle.
- Complete eco-friendly.
- Easy to Clean
- Induction Stove Safe.
Before using your pan for the first time, it is recommended that you first season your pan with a tiny amount of oil. The goal is to create a very thin film of oil. Rub the oil evenly into the surface of the pan and use a cloth or paper towel to wipe away excess oil, as the seasoning is only needed at the microscopic level. Olive or vegetable oil is recommended, but butter and other natural oils, such as coconut oil can also be used. Non-stick sprays are not recommended, as they may contain additives and tend to release too much oil. It is recommended not to exceed a medium heat setting!
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.