I've not come across them before - I'd be interested to know.Noel":33e6v6dl said:
As a guess I would say the heat distribution would be more even along with faster cooling down and heating up times, similar to copper pans.Noel":3aydgwqx said:
I went over to ceramic and threw out my teflon after watching a documentary about how invasive/ harmful it is, not tried anything else - but did wonder about getting a skillet to see if that works.Noel":84ggz7kp said:
Ditto + my omelette pan.Beanwood":sasgjb4a said:I had one for while - it's one of the few things I've thrown out!
Things would stick to it, it stained, I'd rather have my cast iron griddle, or a teflon pan.
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I don't know how accurate this is, but it's quite interesting to run things through.
You should be fine with mild detergents (like washing up liquid) on a well seasoned pan, dishwasher is not a good idea.Cornersruns":2puyybap said:Carbon steel, the way proper Woks are made. Needs seasoning, coat with vegetable oil and heat till smoking. The more you use it the better the non stick gets. Never use washing up liquid or a dishwasher to clean just use hot water and a brush to scrub around it. Heat the pan to dry it after washing, add a little more oil if it looks dry, just rub a little vegetable oil around the pan with a paper towel.
Cast iron is good too, treat the same way as carbon steel, but it is heavy and if you over heat it can be ruined.