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Has anyone seen/tried this? It's a new non-stick coating made with a silicate polymer rather than PTFE like Teflon and Silverstone, and therefore it's supposed to be safer for both people and the environment. I think it's only being used in a line of cookware called "GreenPan," which is being endorsed by Todd English on HSN.com.
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I've used the 12'' GreenPan skillet for about a week. The claims seem to be true, the skillet can heat up pretty high and browns well. The only problem is that it is very thin and has a cheap feel. Chances are it will warp after a couple of years. You won't get even heating and heat retention with it either. If you can wait, there is talk about Todd English designing a premium line of Green Pans, which I hope will have thick aluminum base.
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