Anjali Mini Tapper Pan 16 51 cm Red Matte 100 Non-Toxic Coating

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  • Scratch & corrosion resistant.
  • Dual coat bottom with scientific design for better fuel efficiency.

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Very beautiful pan
I was wondering when non stick pans started to become ......lousy! no good! they were great when they had the blue Teflon sticker on it. I think the green pan looks like a Todd English pan which gets a thumb down.
If teflon is so effective as a coating for a non stick pan how do they keep it from coming off the pan? Sounds like a scam to me!
Best pan ever!! ( carbon steel after the initial getting it ready it’s awesome )
There is no health issue with Teflon if you don’t overheat it. You should only be using nonstick pans for delicate foods like eggs anyway, in which case there is no reason to overheat it and this shouldn’t ever be a problem.
Great video, perfect as I will be shopping for new pots & pans soon :) thank you!
It may have already been mentioned but the Teflon non stick fumes will instantly kill any birds kept as pets when heated to the high temperatures that he is talking about. This also includes aplliances that have the PTFE coatings. Including Waffle makers, electric skillets and stoves during the cleaning cycle.
What about copper pans?
Using the all clad non stick from homegoods, works great. Also a lodge cast iron.
You don't need to do the potatoes and salt. You can do a small layer of oil in the oven for 1 hour at 500° a couple times then you cook with it and over time it works really really well. You can also do it in the stove top to speed up the process. Takes work but it's worth it.
Watch "Dark Waters". Excellent movie on Dupont and Teflon.
I strongly advice Nordic Ware Cookware - with good price on Amazon. If for some reason our top pick is sold out, the Nordic Ware  Cookware 12-Inch Nonstick Fry Pan is a solid second choice. It’s made from cast aluminum and has flared sides, a bent lip, and a silicone handle—just like our top pick.
Most department stores match prices or better with Amazon.
Always an Education tks
I do want to see u use the carbon steel Pan!
One concern is that the nonstick coating can flake off and be ingested. This is more likely to happen with cheaper or poor-quality pans, or those that just haven’t been well taken care off. Using metal implements, for example, can scratch even a high-quality nonstick surface and make it more likely to flake. The good news is that ingesting small flakes of nonstick coating is not dangerous. The material will most likely just pass through the body. But it definitely reduces the nonstickiness of the pan. Source:,just%20pass%20through%20the%20body.&text=Fortunately%2C%20most%20manufacturers%20of%20nonstick,which%20is%20a%20suspected%20carcinogen.
You don't have to season a pan like that, there are easier ways. But Carbon steel pans ARE HANDS DOWN the best non stick pans on the market. Sure it takes the slighteat bit of upkeep (rubbing in some oil after each use) but well worth it. Nothing and I mean NOTHING sticks to my Matfer Carbon steel pan!! I literally do not own a non stick need.
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Except for the cast iron and carbon steel pans, no ceramics appropriate for induction stoves?
Oxo nonstick pans are great also!
I usually cook in a set of old vision glass cookware.
How about scanpan haptiq with Stratanium+ ? Is it safe ? Thanks
The manner this guy's talking makes me feel I'm suffering inside the toilet...😆😆😢😢😜😜😜
Dr Greger mentions that we shouldn't fry in cast iron. Does stir-frying veggies with a bit of oil also cause transfats to form? Anyone know? Thanks!
Watch this after taking some blue dream 🤣🤣🤯
I've known since the 70s about how deadly teflon is to birds. The information was passed along through obscure bird-keeping magazines. I've lived without it ever since, sometimes I use ceramic nonstick.
The content is great but why the hell does he talk like that? Does he have some sort of speech impairment disease? I don't wanna start straight bashing his style without asking that first.
I’m shocked at how few people I’ve talked to know the history of DuPont, and PFOA. It’s now a changed Teflon formula, PTFE. Doesn’t mean that I trust them whatsoever.
Cast Iron is the worst
That flossing bit really hurt.
Is this a joke?
I just can't watch this without laughing.... Not sure what's going on here.
Is this serious
Dr. Greger, what kind of cook ware do YOU use? Answer can only be one sentence, thank you : )
Back in '73 when I was working on a drilling rig as a safety officer (drilling into radioactive strata), I provided first aid to a 30 year-old welder who collapsed while using a torch to free a stuck threaded pipe joint. Upon investigation, after he told me that he had no health problems that he knew of, I found that the rig had recently switched to a great new pretty green lubricant for the drill pipe threads -- Teflon or Teflon-like particles suspended in a grease-like matrix. My previous job as an Industrial Hygiene technician had taught me that heating Teflon at high temperatures caused severe out-gassing of some really nasty toxic gasses, including phosgene (known at the time as 2-stepper gas [you get 2 steps before you die]). This was in the early days when men basically shook off such occurrences if there was no obvious damage and after an hour he just went back to work. I had advised him that if he had any problems in the future he should remember that I had detailed this event in the logbook, which was a legal document and would be archived. Of course I have no idea what happened to him, but this video reminded me of the event. In my childhood carbon tetrachloride was touted as the best bathroom cleaner going. It had one major drawback -- it killed people. Took out your liver, a little bit at a time. After it killed a rather large number of housewives who spent nearly every day face down in the fumes while cleaning tubs, it was quietly retired from the household cleaning market. Oddly, if you heat this product at high temperatures, it too produces phosgene gas. Chemistry is only as good as the conditions it is used in. Very few chemical substances are stable from very low to very high temperatures and are often affected by the introduction of other chemicals, such as mixing bleach with ammonia (or urine).
once again...RAW is always better ! plant squad unite !! the question we want to know is you use non stick pans at home or stainless steel?
When i was growing up we had a pot that was 3 or 4 quarts that my mom made mashed potatoes in. After boiling the potatoes she put them back in it and used an electric mixer to whip them. In the pot. That at one time was Teflon coated. All those years i thought she put black pepper in the potatoes but it was actually flecks of Teflon that we were eating!