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10" Green Earth Frying Pan by Ozeri, with Textured Ceramic Non-Stick Coating from Germany (100% PTFE, PFOA and APEO Free)
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- Unlike other ceramic cookware brands, the Ozeri pan utilizes GREBLON ceramic - an ultra-safe ceramic coating from Germany which is 100% PTFE, PFOA and APEO free (no heavy metals or chemicals).
- Innovative honeycomb textured cooking surface delivers enhanced heat distribution and unprecedented non-stick performance without releasing harmful fumes or toxins at high temperatures.
- Utilizes a new scratch-resistant dual ceramic coating that is super easy to clean with superior abrasion resistance.
- Made out of durable heavy-gauge die-cast aluminum with no heavy metals or harmful chemicals.
- Boasts a comfortable heat-resistant silicon coated handle, and a magnetized induction stove safe base for rapid heat transfer.
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A note to those who find the non-stick properties disappearing in your pans. This happened with a previous PTFE-free pan I had used. If you look carefully and run your fingers (particularly around the bottom circumference) you will notice a sticky film. This seems to be a build up from excess oil not cleaned off well. By this point it will be extremely sticky and hard to clean off. With some serious elbow grease, I was able to clean this off. The pan is as good as new. I haven't had the build up occur with this pan yet, but I recommend cleaning thoroughly after each use to avoid the sticky build up.
Fast forward to a year later or so, and this pan has gone from non-stick to super-stick. There's a permanent film in each of the little holes at the bottom of the pan that I can't scrub off no matter what I can do. I even tried letting it sit in vinegar all night.
Attached is a photo of what happened when I tried to cook up some salmon burgers recently.
Long story short, this is a great frying pan for a few months.
After use yesterday I soaked the pan in warm water overnight and this morning still find it difficult to clean off the residual egg. In the past any residue had wiped off after soaking. I've posted a picture (after soaking) where you can see the sticking seems to be on the raised surfaces of the honeycomb grid. The smooth ceramic sides and the honeycomb "pits" seem to have released the egg quite well. I wonder if the honeycomb pattern is part of the problem, but perhaps it has an important functional design purpose? (I'm sure someone out there will have an informed technical opinion.)
Overall I value the concept of a ceramic non-toxic non-stick surface (I also own their 12" pan - I use it as a specialty pan for cooking fish and it works okay) and am searching for other options for my omelets based on the disappointing service life of this pan.
Notes on usage and care (I'm a little obsessive about this): I always applied a thin layer of olive or canola oil (never cooking sprays), enough to cover the honeycomb pattern at the bottom of the pan, and heated it gently (never higher than Medium setting on my electric stovetop) to avoid heat damage. I have used only plastic utensils. After use, I always let the pan cool until comfortable to touch before adding warm water to soak for at least 30 minutes before hand washing with dish soap and a soft sponge only. This baby has never seen the inside of any dishwasher.Read more ›
Yeah.... don't buy this pan.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've only had this pan for a couple of weeks so far, but I'm absolutely in love with it for the time being! Read morePublished 2 hours ago by Paige - Expert
╔ ■ Price Point: 5/5
╠ ■ Quality/Durability: 5/5
╠ ■ Need: 5/5
╠ ■ Recommendation/Giftable Factor: 5/5
╠ ☼ Overall: 5/5
╠ ►Product Need: Frying pan
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I was all excited when I got my first piece of Rachel Ray cookware but since I've gotten my new Ozeri 12" Green Earth Frying Pan I don't even use my expensive Rachel Ray... Read morePublished 5 hours ago by Holly Mcdowell
I am really happy with this 12" non stick frying pan and am very glad I got to add it to my kitchen collection. Read morePublished 5 hours ago by Robyn & Mike
This is definitely my new favorite frying pan! It has a textured non-stick coating which is 100% PTFE, PDFOA, and APEO free which means it has no heavy chemicals. Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Jessica Taylor
So far I can say this is an awesome frying pan. I recently got rid of all my old Teflon pan's for something better for the family and greener. Read morePublished 7 hours ago by Jennifer O'Guinn
I have gotten rid of all the plastic and teflon in my kitchen. I use cast iron and steel for cooking most things, but cooking eggs can be a challenge in an iron pan. Read morePublished 14 hours ago by Lisa Marie
I really ;ove this 10 inch frying pan. I really like this frying pan since i really love to cook. I cook everyday for my kids and this pan comes in handy for stir frying or for... Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Amazon Customer
This frying pan seemed non stick on the first egg I made but after the 3rd I noticed sticking. My eggs had a brown pattern from the pan imprinted on them. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Xoashl3yxo
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