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Does anyone have on of these?? Does it really work as well as advertised? I simply can't believe you could fry an egg on one without a drop of oil. I usually start my day with 2 eggs+ toast, I love the flavors my cast irons produce, but hate the clean up.
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We have one. Best skillet in the house. Anything that does stick to the pan can easily be washed off. It's a great skillet
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We have one. Best skillet in the house. Anything that does stick to the pan can easily be washed off. It's a great skillet
can you reallly swirl an egg around it with ease without oil/pam like on the commercials?? or is that kinda bullshit??
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can you reallly swirl an egg around it with ease without oil/pam like on the commercials?? or is that kinda bullshit??
A little butter or oil and it works perfectly. By far the best pan i've ever used! They sell a whole set now for $99.. worth every penny.

Just went camping this weekend and used a regular non stick pan to cook eggs... fucking joke. Next time im bringing the Orgreenic
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It will absolutely blow you away at how easy it is to clean aswell.

The biggest key to using these style of pans or pots, is to NEVER EVER use high heat!! It will literally bake the coating right off of it
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Funny, the commercials claim you need no butter/ oil, and shows them with an egg just freely sliding around in the pan. So
A. its a great pan and Ill probably buy a few
B. The advertisements are not exactly 100% truthful
C. Im sure Ill enjoy it anyway.

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Co-worker brought one of those in on our last sunday brunch to see how it did. The first couple eggs worked just like the commercials, but after that it wasn't much better than a standard non-stick. Probably a great pan at home; can't handle a professional kitchen
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I just make scrambled eggs 99.9% of the time, but there is a noticeable difference when using these pans. They cook much more evenly.
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Funny, the commercials claim you need no butter/ oil, and shows them with an egg just freely sliding around in the pan. So
A. its a great pan and Ill probably buy a few
B. The advertisements are not exactly 100% truthful
C. Im sure Ill enjoy it anyway.

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You will enjoy it. Yes there is a "break in" with the pan that does involve cooking oil into the pan just like Cast Iron.

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Co-worker brought one of those in on our last sunday brunch to see how it did. The first couple eggs worked just like the commercials, but after that it wasn't much better than a standard non-stick. Probably a great pan at home; can't handle a professional kitchen
Like I said above, there is a "break in" period with this pan that requires cooking oil into the ceramic coating in order to prolong it's Non-stickness. I always add oil of some sort whenever I cook regardless... which also helps keep mine so slick.

The major thing about this pan and it's coating... NEVER USE IT WITH HOTTER THAN MEDIUM HEAT!!! You will essentially bake the coating right off of it with high heat
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It does work as stated, we have the Blue Version. Somethings stick, but when you wash the pan, you are supposed to coat it with oil again like a cast iron pan. Just put a little oil on it, and use a napkin to rub it in. Should be shiny when you put it up.
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