Earth Pan Nonstick Cookware 10-Piece Set: 1.5-Quart and 2-Quart Covered Saucepans, 6-Quart Covered Stockpot, 3-Quart Covered Saute, 8-Inch and 10-Inch Open Skillets, Terra Cotta
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- Set includes: 1-1/2 Quart Covered Saucepan, 2-Quart Covered Saucepan, 3-Quart Covered Saute, 6-Quart Covered Stockpot, 8-Inch and 10-Inch Skillets
- Aluminum construction heats evenly to cook foods unevenly; dishwasher safe
- Heat safe to 600 degrees Fahrenheit on stovetop; oven safe to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
- Durable nonstick surface provides excellent food release and produces no toxic fumes, PTFE or PFOA
- Comfortable dual-riveted stainless steel handles provide a confident grip
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Earth Pan II Nonstick 10-Piece Cookware Set, Terra Cotta
Finally cookware that lasts! The foundation of all EarthPan cookware is the exclusive SandFlow nonstick surface. This unique nonstick originates from sand and is formulated to provide excellent food release and easy cleanup. Based on industry lab tests, the SandFlow nonstick food releasing performance outlasts all other ceramic-based cookware, 3 to 1.
This beautiful line of cookware features aluminum construction for pans that heat up quickly and help reduce "hot spots" that cook foods unevenly. The dual-riveted stainless steel handles are comfortable to hold and are stovestop high-heat safe to 600 degrees Fahrenheit. Glass lids allow you to watch foods while they cook and help lock in moisture and flavor.
There is no PTFE or PFOA used in production, cutting down the amount of greenhouse gases used during production compared to ordinary nonstick. Not only is the EarthPan cookware friendly to our environment, but so is the packaging! 80 percent of the packaging materials are made from recycled fiber and 100 percent of the packaging is recyclable post-purchase.
EarthPan II is the most advanced cookware in the market ��� you�۪re going to love it for years to come, and now the Earth can too.
"green" ceramic based cookware
Espresso, to match your kitchen
heats up quickly and helps reduce
"hot spots," which can cook food unevenly
Excellent food release
3 to 1 nonstick durability compared to other "green" ceramic based cookware. Formulated to provide excellent food release.
No toxic fumes
High heat performance. Reduced greenhouse gasses - lower carbon footprint during production. No toxic fumes, no PTFE, no PFOA.
Reduces "hot spots"
Aluminum construction heats up quickly and helps reduce "hot spots" that cook foods unevenly. Dishwasher safe.
Comfortable, confident grip
Dual-riveted stainless steel handles are comfortable to hold and provide a confident grip.
Stovetop high-heat safe to 600 degrees Fahrenheit, oven safe to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
Glass lids (on all covered items) allow you to watch foods cook without having to remove the lid to avoid releasing moisture and flavor.
- 1-Quart and 2-Quart Covered Saucepans
- 3-Quart Covered Saute
- 8-Quart Covered Stockpot
- 8-Inch and 10-Inch Skillets
Top Customer Reviews
Without doing a little research I can't say for sure when I purchased the set, but my memory says no more than a year ago (perhaps less). I followed the care instructions carefully and diligently; like stacking the pans with paper towels in between them, handwashing only and with a non-scouring pad.
The 12-inch saute pan is rapidly chipping/flaking. The smaller saute pans are also chipping/flaking but not as bad. So too is the skillet. The pots seem to be doing well. Though I use all of the pots and pans equally and I only use teak or plastic utensils.
And as for non-stick - I'm not impressed. You're instructed not to use non-stick sprays like Pam or margarine. A little butter is okay. I tried first not to use anything and my fried eggs adhered to the pan like cement.
If I can find the time I will investigate the possibility of some sort of warranty compensation. Otherwise I'll fork over the cash for a whole new set of stainless or hard anodized aluminum.
So, all said, I would definitely not recommend these pans. If you're like me and you're looking for environmental and health benefits along with durability and affordability in your cookware, then do what I'm going to do - go stainless steel.
I may end up adding a little more fat to my diet because I'll be using a little more butter here and there, but I've already offset that by switching to brown rice, whole wheat breads and pastas and a little more exercise.
The smallest pan, the one least used, was the first to show wear, as the paint started to flake off the bottom. Then the larger pan lost its...non-stickiness. Soon we were forced to scoop items out of the pan, leaving large strips of cooked eggs, fish, or chicken clinging to the cooking surface. We then needed to soak the pan for awhile to facilitate food removal.
Non-stick? I think not. Rest assured, these pans have never seen the inside of a dishwasher, nor have they been scrubbed with anything harder than an orange and yellow plastic scouring pad. No metal utensils either. In fact, the "non-stick" coating, though discolored, is intact. No scratches or dings. It just doesn't work as billed.
And all this in less than a year.
I've babied these pans as much as possible, but with a roommate that's not too used to cooking it's been hard. They've come through the dishwasher fine. The inside does scratch fairly easily if you use metal utensils, and with the dark coating it does make a difference visually. It heats fast, and the non-stick was great at first, but now I think the time has come for the littlest frying pan.
Bottom line? Great if you have the resources to use proper utensils, store carefully, and can make sure everyone else who uses these does as well. I would also recommend going to a store to see the sizes of the pans in real life before ordering- the size in the picture can be misleading.
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