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GreenPan Lima 10" Ceramic Non-Stick Open Frypan with Bonus Bamboo Turner
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- GreenPan is the pioneer of healthy ceramic non-stick: safe cookware that doesn’t contain any toxic chemicals or persistent pollutants and is easy to use
- Thermolon ceramic non-stick is manufactured without PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium. The coating won’t blister, peel or release any harmful fumes, even if you accidently overheat your pan
- With durable construction for excellent heat conduction and reliable cooking results
- The riveted stainless steel handles are contoured for a relaxed and comfortable grip
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The Lima Collection
The Lima collection by GreenPan has everything to satisfy even the most demanding cook.
The classic pots and pans made of hard anodized aluminium are easy to use and the modern stainless steel handles give them an elegant accent. Whether you use the Lima collection in the oven or on any kind of stovetop (except induction), the Thermolon healthy ceramic non-stick coating will remain intact and guarantees professional performance. This attractive collection is also light in weight. Make the right choice, choose Lima!
The durable hard anodized aluminum exterior ensures a sturdy build with excellent heat conduction for all your meals, from eggs to stir-fry. Riveted hollow stainless steel handles minimize heat transfer and guarantee a strong hold.
The Thermolon healthy ceramic non-stick coating makes this collection a breeze to cook with and to clean up! Less oils and fats can be used during the cooking process thanks to the excellent food release properties. Cleaning involves nothing but a little soap and water.
Great cookware for every need
The Lima collection offers something for everyone! From frypans and saucepans to grill pans and griddles, expand you culinary creativity with this amazing line! Each piece features Thermolon healthy ceramic non-stick, so no matter what you make, clean-up is quick and simple!
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Thermolon is an excellent heat conductor! This results in superb searing and crispy frying. The perfect heat distribution also allows even cooking, which makes the food brown beautifully. It also allows you to mostly cook on low to medium temperatures, which is great for reducing your energy bill!
Thermolon ceramic non-stick
Thermolon is the patented ceramic non-stick coating that GreenPan uses on its non-stick products. It has excellent thermal conductivity which allows perfect frying results with lower heat settings than traditional non-stick coatings. The coating is also highly scratch-resistant, very hard and more resilient to thermal shocks.
- Thermolon is a ceramic non-stick coating
- Manufactured without PFOA, it contains no Lead or Cadmium
- No toxic fumes will be released, even when overheating
- The Thermolon coating is healthy, safe and does not contain any toxic chemicals or persistent pollutants
Since the invention of the first non-stick frypan in 1954, no new technique has been found to make a fry pan non-stick. During this 50 year period, people managed to walk on the moon, developed cures for thousands of diseases, and transport and communication took an unbelievable flight. ..it’s hard to believe that the whole society evolved and became high tech except this basic, daily used object!
GreenPan is a Belgian company that designs and manufactures innovative healthy cookware. It is the world’s first company that introduced a non-stick cookware which is completely safe, without giving in on convenience and performance. This new technology was not a secret for long. During the first release of GreenPan products for sale on the US TV channel HSN, 100,000 sets were sold in only one hour. The appearance of a new generation of healthy cookware gave consumers the opportunity of real choice!
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he GreenPan Lima collection has everything to satisfy even the most demanding cook. The classic 10" Ceramic Non-Stick Open Frypan with Bonus Bamboo Turner is made of hard anodized aluminum, is easy to use and the modern stainless steel handle gives an elegant accent. Whether you use the Lima collection in the oven or on the stovetop, the Thermolon ceramic non-stick coating will remain intact and guarantees professional performance. This piece is also light in weight. Complete with a limited lifetime warranty for worry-free cooking. Make the right choice, choose Lima!
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Note that I've put "nonstick" in quotes above. If you're looking for something TRULY nonstick, e.g. the kind of pan where an egg will slide out when fried without a drop of oil, your only choice is to buy cheap pans with a Teflon coating and throw them out after a very small number of cooking sessions. Those pans never last. Ceramic pans are a different breed of nonstick: They will not cook an egg entirely stick-free, but they are still much more "nonstick" than, say, stainless. On the flip side, their durability is 100x better than anything Teflon coated.
Given the above, I treat these pans quite differently than I would a Teflon pan: I cook with a small amount of fat, and I expose the pans to high heat when applicable. They can take it.
The biggest difference, though, is how I handle them when cleaning. The biggest issue with the nonstick coatings is that polymerized fats -- overheated, cooked-on oils -- will completely destroy the nonstick qualities. This means that if you want to maintain nonstick behaviors, you must keep the pans spotlessly clean. The good news is that thanks to the durability, these pans can handle significantly more robust cleaning than a Teflon coated pan.
You should NOT baby these pans when cleaning them! I'm not suggesting breaking out a wire scrub brush, but you absolutely SHOULD use the abrasive side of a sponge. I also highly recommend scrubbing with baking soda once every several cooking sessions. Even when the pan looks clean, there is often a very thin layer of fat. The baking soda will strip it right off and revive the pan's nonstick quality. To do this I put a very small amount of water in the bottom of the pan, add enough baking soda to absorb most of it, and then scrub with a paper towel. You'll be shocked by how yellow the baking soda gets. Repeat until it comes out just as white as it went in.
Should you burn something in the pan or otherwise need to remove something really stuck in there, baking soda is also a great choice. Add a larger amount of water to the pan, quite a bit of baking soda, and then boil over high heat until the baking soda dries out. Now scrub the dried soda out with a paper towel and the vast majority of whatever you've burned in there will come right off.
Cleaning my pans in these ways with baking soda from time to time, and freely applying pressure with the abrasive side of the sponge on a regular basis, is what has allowed my pans to stay in service for many years.
One final note: I see a lot of people mentioning that their food sticks "even when cooking at low heat" and that is in fact a huge part of the problem! Low heat gives proteins more time to bond with the surface of the pan. It only makes things worse. If you want to sear something, do it on high heat. Because once again, unlike a Teflon pan, these can handle it.
Bottom line: Don't expect some miracle nonfat solution. Treat your pans properly but don't baby them, and make sure to keep them clean. These are great tools. Enjoy your cooking!
=== The Good Stuff ===
* I have used the 8" pan for about a month now, typically cooking eggs (for the dogs) twice per day. So far it is still as non-stick as the day I got it, although I always use just a fine mist of olive oil.
* The pan cleans up easy-usually just a swish with the sponge and a little soap. I never put them in the dishwasher-more because they are just so easy to clean that it doesn't seem worth it.
* The shape and weight seem about right. I don't do the "pan-flip", but instead always use soft silicone utensils.
* If you like to crack eggs directly into the pan, there is a metal band along the top that protects the ceramic surface from being damaged by eggshell cracking.
* I liked the small one enough that I bought a larger 10" pan for omelettes...this time for the humans. I only use that pan once a week or so, but it has held up for two months so far.
=== The Not-So-Good Stuff ===
* The outside of the pan is just about impossible to clean. It is a very rough surface, and anything that sticks to it pretty much refuses to come off...even if you soak it for an hour or so. This is a problem since I usually crack eggs on the side of the pan, and a little always drips down the side. Not a real big deal for me, since frying pans are not really a decorator item in my kitchen.
* Same deal with the metal band around the top of the pan. Stuff loves to collect underneath it, and cleaning is just about impossible.
=== Summary ===
If you think you are buying "the last frying pan you will ever need", get over it. We don't do that anymore. The ceramic pans are great, but they have a definite lifetime, and once they lose their non-stick properties, best thing to do is send them to the recycle bin. More expensive pans don't seem to have longer lasting coatings, and buying the same brand twice doesn't seem to give the same result.
After 5 weeks of twice per day use, the non-stick properties are rapidly failing. And when the non-stick fails, I mean it is just about impossible to get eggs not to stick-even using a generous coating of oil.
It never saw a dishwasher, was always cleaned with a sponge after every use, and was never subjected to any high heat or burned food. Just another one of these miracle pans on its way to the recycling bin.
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