I’ve been getting a lot of requests for a more detailed explanation and a safety review of non-stick Ceramic coated cookware. While PTFE (Teflon) has had its share of negative publicity there have also been a lot question marks about ceramic and ceramic coated cookware. Ceramic cookware – pots, plans, and skillets – is a safe cookware with a 50-year warranty that helps you avoid toxins and saves preparation and cleaning time.
PFOA is used during the manufacturing process of cookware to bond the nonstick coating to the pot or pan. Are they safer than traditional nonstick pans or are they just a marketing gimmick? I like the new ceramic-coated pans. According to the National Institutes of Health, “any ceramic cookware bought in another country or considered to .
Some of the finest cookware available is made from glass, stainless steel, cast-iron, earthenware and ceramic. Ceramic (pottery) cookware is typically made from . Although ceramic cookware contained lead and other harmful metals in the past, current FDA laws prevent lead from being used in cookware, . We buy them at health food stores because the ceramic coated pans are supposedly safer than teflon, and good for the planet.