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Green Cookware?

I've heard teflon isn't good for you.  So I'm looking for a safe alternative.  My aunt claimed that ceramic cookware is better.  I'm thinking of splitting a set with her, but before I do, I want to know that it *is* better and safe.  I can't really find any articles easily through my google search. 


Re: Green Cookware?

  • We use All-Clad stainless steel for pots and pans, and we use stoneware for baking.  I don't really know about ceramic.

  • I don't know much about ceramic, either.  From what i do know, it should be healthier for you and better for the environment than teflon cookware.  We use stainless steel and cast iron (with coconut oil, mostly).
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  • Cast iron is best. Would like to know more about ceramic, moreover ceramic is difficult for me to handle..i may just drop it. Lolz :)
  • We have a Green Pan (brand name, from Bed, Bath, and Beyond) and we LOVE it!
  • I recently switched to cooking on cast iron and I LOVE it!!  I got a set of Lodge products at my bridal shower which included one cast iron pan and a set of stainless steel and I feel bad because I barely touch the stainless steel since I love my cast iron so much.  I bought a larger cast iron pan and a grill pan to go with it.

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