“Non-stick is not safe”
Wrong. Non-stick is completely safe. Non-stick cookware is totally non-reactive to any kind of food. It can be used to prepare all types of savoury, saucy and healthy dishes with almost no oil. The only thing to check always while buying is it must be PFOA free, lead-free and cadmium free and has to be approved an established food regulatory such as FDA USA or EFSA. (European Food Safety Authority)
“Non-stick is expensive”
Wrong. Non-stick cookware is not always expensive. It is available in varied price range. Certainly, the cost is defined by the type of material they are made up of, the durability they offer, extent of heat conductivity and their construction. So, in general if you buy a renowned non-stick cookware like Circulon, it might cost you a bit but be assured it’s worth the price.
“Non-stick coat wears off easily”
Wrong. Engineered to resist chipping, peeling and flaking, your non-stick coat will not wear off so easily. Also, certain coats stand out with their durability. You can always check what type of coat your pan has. Even though some coats can chip off even in the first month, there are also certain names that have gathered a reputation with their long-lasting durability such as Chemours USA and Whitford USA.
“All non-stick coatings are same”
Wrong. All non-stick coatings are not same. The quality of the coating determines the longevity of the coatings. Some regarded names in the world of non-stick coating include Chemours USA and Whitford USA. You can always keep them in mind while shopping.
“There are too many do’s and don’ts with non-stick coating. It’s high maintenance.”
Easy to clean, wash and dry, make amazing dishes without a drop of oil, scratch resistant and even heat distribution makes it the most versatile cookware in the kitchen. It’s a cookware that requires the least amount of maintenance.
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