Have non-stick coatings improved?

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Re: Have non-stick coatings improved?

Postby Stephen » Fri Jul 26, 2019 9:49 pm

Thank you for the suggestions, lining with baking parchment would appeal to my natural reluctance to just chuck it into recycling (but I may have to).
It's just sitting at the back of a cupboard (and that's useless too, I don't like "shelfware")
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Re: Have non-stick coatings improved?

Postby Loupmarc99 » Wed Dec 11, 2019 1:59 pm

Stephen wrote:I'm a bit of traditionalist, I like pans in stainless steel.

I have started baking bread again (I did when I was young) and the picture shows why I distrust non-stick coatings. I'm obviously using the baking tin at the top!
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But are modern ones more trustworthy?


Hello. Yes I am of those who think that the moderns are more reliable
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Re: Have non-stick coatings improved?

Postby Westi » Wed Dec 11, 2019 7:14 pm

I am dead unhappy with normal Le Creuset which costs a fortune & chips & they don't honour the guarantee! Although in their defence their non stick range with the grey coating is well superior, doesn't look as pretty & grey in colour with use but it remains non stick which is the ultimate objective.
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Re: Have non-stick coatings improved?

Postby RossBolden06 » Sun Jan 12, 2020 2:17 am

it very difficult to improve. because teflon is moved. So you only buy new.
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