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DannySeo Ceramic Nonstick Wok Pan 8"


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  • Ceramic Nonstick technology
  • Heavy-duty longer lasting
  • Hi-temp silicone exterior
  • Free of PFOA, PTFE
  • Not to be used in the oven

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  • ASIN: B00CAPPFJ4
  • Average Customer Review: 1.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #785,679 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Ceramic Nonstick technology Heavy-duty longer lasting Hi-temp silicone exterior Free of PFOA, PTFE No harmful fumes released during production Not to be used in the oven

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By MPM on May 11, 2013
I bought two DannySeo eco-friendly pans, this was one of them, after first use I noticed it stained. I used turmeric in the recipe and it stained the pan. I also noticed black markings at the bottom of the pan and they also did not wash out. I was excited to buy eco-friendly pans but now after the first use things are starting to stick. They are already getting ugly. I went online to find some reviews for the pans and found other disgruntle consumers. I hope these pans will improve over time and I hope to purchase "quality" eco-friendly pans in the future. Eco-friendly pans... what a great idea! But right now it's one that's too good to be true!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By K. Evans on July 19, 2013
My wife bought one of these so-called "eco-friendly,non-stick" pans because it has deep sides. She just wanted a pan to minimize splashing and spillage on the stove when cooking. We saw afterwards that this product claims to be safer because it is "Free of PFOA, PTFE No harmful fumes" like the supposedly evil non-stick pans still in the market. Ok, sounds good...but not why she bought it.

The problem is it stains easily (which cannot be removed) and is most definitely NOT non-stick. Just cooking scrambled eggs leaves stuck eggs on the pan which have to be left covered with hot water for an hour to clean. BTW, I'm a professional chef and have over 30 years of restaurant experience. These just don't do the job as advertised.

Depending on the task at hand, I use and recommend stainless steel (with heavy "clad bottoms"), ceramic-coated cast-iron, and yes, (dare I say it!) the T-Fal type non-stick pans.

When handled properly, these all work well. DannySeo needs to re-evaluate their product performance with real-life testing.
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Like most others, I was looking for a eco friendly alternative to the phased out nonstick pans as I was using Le Creuset and wanted something lighter weight. Used it the first time and it was great. After that, the pan began to stain and the ridges began to darken. Not sure if the coating is coming off or just staining but I'm not happy that there isn't a way to contact the manufacturer or return the product as according to the manager, Whole Foods in Nashville no longer carries that pan. Not a cheap alternative, not an alternative if it doesn't work properly. For the price, Zwilling Ceraforce is a much better choice.
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