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Anolon Advanced Nonstick 14" Covered Wok EXPIRED

daisybeetle 12,337 69,127 September 4, 2016 at 10:34 PM in Kitchenware & Cookware (3) More Macy's Deals
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Promoted 09-05-2016 by slickdewmaster at 09:55 AM View Original Post
Macy's.com has Anolon Advanced Nonstick or Bronze Non-Stick 14" Covered Wok for $29.99 - $4.50 w/ promo code WEDDING = $25.50. Select Free Store Pickup otherwise shipping is free on orders $50 or with a beauty item to your order (from $3). Thanks daisybeetle

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Edited September 5, 2016 at 07:19 AM by wuzzy
Prices after promo code WEDDING. Free store pickup where available. Or shipping is free on orders over $50, or when you add a beauty item to your order (from $3 [macys.com])
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I don't generally hate on non-stick but a wok is the wrong place for it. To be used properly a wok must be hot hot and that is not good with non-stick. Plain iron or steel. Orange hot. Hungry.
I agree... The purpose of a wok is to stir fry. A synthetic coating will not last very long. You need to go cast iron or carbon steel with these. Learn to season and you'll be cooking nonstick.

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none of these non- stick coating is safe.
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none of these non- stick coating is safe.
could you elaborate, por favor
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could you elaborate, por favor
just do google search you will see. it causes brain damage, birth defect, cancers etc.
non-stick coating cookware, it eventually becomes super sticky overtime.
Just use iron cast pan it is better for life.
Any chemical coating on cookware has potential risk
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I have this wok from last year's deal.. It has been great, very roomy for stir fry and I really like see thru lid...
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could you elaborate, por favor
I don't generally hate on non-stick but a wok is the wrong place for it. To be used properly a wok must be hot hot and that is not good with non-stick. Plain iron or steel. Orange hot. Hungry.
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just do google search you will see. it causes brain damage, birth defect, cancers etc.
non-stick coating cookware, it eventually becomes super sticky overtime.
Just use iron cast pan it is better for life.
Any chemical coating on cookware has potential risk
Googled and your fear is a bit excessive.

http://www.webmd.com/food-recipes...nonstick#1
http://swac.web.unc.edu/thepipett...flon-pans/

"In conclusion, to my dear newlywed friends and other interested readers, is it safe to use non-stick frying pans and cookware? Assuming you use your cookware appropriately, i.e. not heating it excessively and unattended, always heating the pan with something in it, not scratching off the Teflon and consuming it for dinner, using non-stick pans is relatively safe for humans. Risk of "Teflon flu" due to inhalation of fumes during typical kitchen use is minimal. Ingestion of PTFE is not reported to be toxic and residual PFOA in PTFE-coated pans is minimally transferred to food. However, long-term exposure studies to PTFE-fumes and PFOA have not been conducted so we can't say that it is completely safe. Regardless, you should keep Larry the bird away from the kitchen.

If you wish to avoid the Teflon risk altogether, stainless steel and cast-iron pans are recommended alternative, albeit not necessarily non-stick, cooking options."

If cooking over 500 degrees, use something else. Otherwise youre good.
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I have been looking for this for a while. I just ordered one. Thanks OP.
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none of these non- stick coating is safe.
Yea... everything kills everyone.. in fact how are we both typing?
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The air we breath not 100% safe. Sometimes you can't be overprotective.
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There's no info on whether this is PFOA or PTFE free, however from reading reviews on Amazon:

The enclosed brochure states that nonstick cookware with PTFE can emit fumes harmful to birds. They advise that no birds or small pets be in or near kitchen.

Take the advisory how you'd like.

We're strictly cast iron or stainless steel in our house and have discarded any nonstick cookware because we can smell the chemicals/fumes when they're being heated at low temperatures.
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The air we breath not 100% safe. Sometimes you can't be overprotective.
This thing is 100% unsafe, what is your chance ?
enjoy the risk if you want to spend money
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