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WearEver Pure Living Nonstick Cookware Sets: 15-Piece $100, 10-Piece EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has great deals on WearEver Pure Living Nonstick Cookware Sets. Shipping is free. Thanks calistyleNo longer available:
Featured User Comment: This deal is a complete no-brainer. If you need a set of cookware and don't necessarily have to have stainless steel, there is no better value and will be no better value. This is the lowest Amazon has ever sold this set for. -iluvthebeach

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These highly-rated cookware sets that are scratch-resistant, ceramic-coated, PTFE-free, PFOA-free, cadmium-free, dishwasher-safe, and oven-safe have earned 4.5 stars/5 stars, based on 238 Amazon.com customer reviews. -TofuVic

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It looks to be a great deal, aside from being red lol. If we hadn't just bought pots and pans, I'd jump at this.
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I'm seriously thinking about jumping on this because of the ceramic coating. More and more information is coming out about the potential dangers of Teflon.

At the least, I'm tired of not being able to use higher than medium heat without killing my bird. It makes you wonder what we will discover that we've been doing to our kids in the years to come.
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How is this compared to the paula deen set from bon ton? I picked that up for $30, but I am curious about quality, gf wants a set of pans since I gave the paula deen sets away as gifts.

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How is this compared to the paula deen set from bon ton? I picked that up for $30, but I am curious about quality, gf wants a set of pans since I gave the paula deen sets away as gifts.
This set is ceramic coated and PTFE and PFOA free. The Paula Deen sets are not, no matter which of the types you got. I have this in a skillet set. Great quality. I've seen and handled the Paula Deen Porcelain Enamel cookware pieces at WalMart. Comparable weight.

One thing that does stand out as a potential drawback with this set (as with any ceramic coated aluminum set)...it is not induction compatible.

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At the least, I'm tired of not being able to use higher than medium heat without killing my bird. It makes you wonder what we will discover that we've been doing to our kids in the years to come.
It is not recommended to cook on a setting much higher than medium-medium high with this set either, as it will damage the cookware and render it less "non-stick" faster. However, it will not kill the birdie Smilie.

It is also only oven-safe to 350 degrees F.

Edited: Just wanted to add..this deal is a complete no-brainer. If you need a set of cookware and don't necessarily HAVE to have stainless steel, there is no better value and will be no better value. This is the lowest Amazon has ever sold this set for. It was previously only sold at this price for Gold Box deals only, and to my knowledge, this is only the 3rd time for this price on the 10-piece. I don't know about the 15 piece prior pricing. But $99 is a steal on it also, as far as I can tell.

If anyone is curious, they sell both the open stock and the sets at the World Kitchen Outlet Shops. The pricing is usually about what it shows online at shopworldkitchen.com, but there is almost always a $10 off $50 coupon available if you subscribe to their emails. For online, last October there was a freak coupon stacking deal that these were available for super cheap. There was a 40% off one item coupon, that also stacked with a $10 off $40. It made the set about $45 I think after shipping added. But....that was the ONLY time I've ever seen that combo of stackable codes, and it was only for a few days. The set sold out, and remained "out of stock" for a couple of months after that.

There is a lifetime warranty, and the warranty is handled by T-Fal, not World Kitchen. T-Fal is not under the World Kitchen umbrella of brands they bought out. They just sell it.
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Does anyone know if this would require more oil than when cooking with Teflon pans? I've only used Teflon ever but really want to swicth, but have to watch my oil intake. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Does anyone know if this would require more oil than when cooking with Teflon pans? I've only used Teflon ever but really want to swicth, but have to watch my oil intake. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
I have found that it's not that it "requires oil", because it doesn't. What you need to make sure you do is to keep the pans "seasoned" with oil, similar to how you would with cast iron in a way. If the pans/skillets are sort of "wiped" with oil prior to use, it will keep them in shape and help to reduce the likelihood that they will start to loose the "slickness".
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I've been using it for last three months and its very nice. I can make pancakes without using any oil and its very easy to clean. I would recommend this product.



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Does anyone know if this would require more oil than when cooking with Teflon pans? I've only used Teflon ever but really want to swicth, but have to watch my oil intake. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Can someone explain how this set compares to this: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00...L8YFD&vs=1

I know they use different technology, but I'm looking for more of how the technology differs. Does one last longer? Stick less? Etc.

I have a certain family member that is not very good with cleaning pans and have ruined a lot of cheaper nonstick pans due to that.
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Can someone explain how this set compares to this: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00...L8YFD&vs=1

I know they use different technology, but I'm looking for more of how the technology differs. Does one last longer? Stick less? Etc.

I have a certain family member that is not very good with cleaning pans and have ruined a lot of cheaper nonstick pans due to that.
Yummy Teflon yummyyummyyummy
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How is this compared to the paula deen set from bon ton? I picked that up for $30, but I am curious about quality, gf wants a set of pans since I gave the paula deen sets away as gifts.

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This set won't make any Racial comments while cooking. Only the Paula Deen set does. Big Grin
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Seems like the same set - different brand in red and Green - 3rd part seller.

http://www.amazon.com/Cook-Home-N...3KGEDVV5TH

http://www.amazon.com/Cook-Home-N...JG9PWMGGGR
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Quote from STEVESKI View Post :
Can someone explain how this set compares to this: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00...L8YFD&vs=1

I know they use different technology, but I'm looking for more of how the technology differs. Does one last longer? Stick less? Etc.

I have a certain family member that is not very good with cleaning pans and have ruined a lot of cheaper nonstick pans due to that.
If you are wanting detail here, as to how the technology differs, that would be very lengthy, as one would have to explain how each is produced. Maybe you could just google "ceramic vs. dupont non-stick" (those are the coatings you are comparing).

Then google PTFE and PFOA and find out their significance. Sorry, it would take pages to explain what you are asking (how the technolgy differs).

I would think that what is more important, would be how they compare from a usability standpoint, particularly for the type of friend you are speaking of, that doesn't like to spend lots of time caring for cookware.

From a use standpoint, they likely will be equal. The outstanding reviews for both sets speak to that. From a "care" standpoint, the sets in OP will require more care so to speak, but not anything the average person shouldn't be able to handle with little effort.

From what might be "best", I really think the fact that this set is PTFE and PFOA free makes it the winner, besides the currently lower price. And if one doesn't mind red, it's a very nice looking set also...not your usual hum-drum non-stick set like the other one you are comparing to.
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Does anyone have any credible research to link that indicates Teflon is actually a legitimate risk to public health when cooking? Thus far, the stuff I have read seems to indicate that people are flipping out over an unconfirmed and highly unlikely potential health hazard. Naturally, if you are actually burning your Teflon (or anything really) the resulting combustion products will be "toxic", but if you are not burning the coating, then I am not convinced that there is anything to be concerned about.
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