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10-Piece Granite Stone Nonstick Pots & Pans Set EXPIRED

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as_seen_on_tv via eBay has 10-Piece Granite Stone Nonstick Pots & Pans Set for $79.99. Shipping is free. Thanks chimesong

Includes:
  • 8.5" Skillet
  • 10.25" Frying Pan
  • Lid for 10.25" Fry Pan
  • 1.5-Quart Sauce Pan
  • Lid for 1.5 Sauce Pan
  • 2.5-Quart Pot
  • Lid for 2.5 Quart Pot
  • 5 Quart Stock Pot
  • Lid for 5 Quart Stock Pot
  • Aluminum Steamer Insert
  • Bonus 5 Piece Kitchen Tools
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eBay [ebay.com] has Granite Stone 10-Piece Nonstick Pots & Pans Set, 100% PFOA Free, Dishwasher Safe for $79.99.
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Everything that isn't an element is a chemical, dummy. Don't be a fearmonger.

Depends on your price range and what you're hoping to achieve.

The thing is, there is no one-size-fits-all set. Personally, I cook primarily with stainless, but I have a large nonstick pan (stainless, too, because I have induction and encapsulated aluminum pans suck), as well as a carbon steel griddle and some cast iron. I use them for different things.

All-Clad is what you buy when you're an expert chef or want people to think you are. For everyone else, one of the (smaller) Cuisinart stainless sets are a great buy:
https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-...00008CM67/
https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-...B00008CM68
https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-...B005H05SXM

If you want a higher-end set (think All-Clad without paying for the name), Cuisinart has a "pro" line: https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-...009JXPS6U/

Personally, the cheapest Cuisinart set ($80) is where you should start if you don't already have things. Then get a nonstick skillet/pan (almost anything name brand is fine if you treat it right). By treating it right, I mean don't use it on anything higher than medium, use nylon or wood utensils, don't dry-heat it, and wash by hand with cloth or non-scratch sponge.
Supposedly pretty good for non-stick. Though this is the old version, they have a new pro version with a better handle, induction heating, etc.

But it's not a stellar deal when Walmart currently has the same 10 piece set for only $10 more. So it's not a 'must buy now'
Actually non stick coatings are made from Polytetrafluoroethylene and this is made from carbon and fluorine. We know carbon is an element. Fluorine is a chemical element. An element is something that cannot be broken down into something else.

So both of these are actually elements.

Obviously we find forms of fluorine in... toothpastes.

So I'm guessing that the poster of that info simply has no clue or never brushes his/her teeth. Perhaps both.

Regardless, it is as you mentioned, just someone who does not have a clue and thinks they know something no one else does.

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Supposedly pretty good for non-stick. Though this is the old version, they have a new pro version with a better handle, induction heating, etc.

But it's not a stellar deal when Walmart currently has the same 10 piece set for only $10 more. So it's not a 'must buy now'
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Great deal! Thanks OP!
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$89 on Amazon
Link?
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Link?
I also hate when people say that but don't provide a link. Amazon has it marked down from $89.95 to $89.00, a $.95 savings off their normal price so $9.01 more than this deal. Here is the link..

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07L17V...-EbTCFP2PH
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Anyone know if this sku is induction compatible? I know some granite cookware is. I assume it's not since it doesn't say
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U guys do know that any nonstick pans has a chemical coating right
,Throw some suggestions in there if you're going to leave a comment like this. I'm looking for a nice pots/pan set but don't know much about the subject.
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new pro version with a better handle, induction heating
link plz
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https://www.homedepot.com/p/GRANI.../313616504

Obviously not a deal, but this is the new pro series they recently released. Unless you use induction heating or absolutely must have a better handle, I dont think the pro series is worth it yet.
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U guys do know that any nonstick pans has a chemical coating right
Everything that isn't an element is a chemical, dummy. Don't be a fearmonger.
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,Throw some suggestions in there if you're going to leave a comment like this. I'm looking for a nice pots/pan set but don't know much about the subject.
Depends on your price range and what you're hoping to achieve.

The thing is, there is no one-size-fits-all set. Personally, I cook primarily with stainless, but I have a large nonstick pan (stainless, too, because I have induction and encapsulated aluminum pans suck), as well as a carbon steel griddle and some cast iron. I use them for different things.

All-Clad is what you buy when you're an expert chef or want people to think you are. For everyone else, one of the (smaller) Cuisinart stainless sets are a great buy:
https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-...00008CM67/
https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-...B00008CM68
https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-...B005H05SXM

If you want a higher-end set (think All-Clad without paying for the name), Cuisinart has a "pro" line: https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-...009JXPS6U/

Personally, the cheapest Cuisinart set ($80) is where you should start if you don't already have things. Then get a nonstick skillet/pan (almost anything name brand is fine if you treat it right). By treating it right, I mean don't use it on anything higher than medium, use nylon or wood utensils, don't dry-heat it, and wash by hand with cloth or non-scratch sponge.
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https://www.homedepot.com/p/GRANI.../313616504

Obviously not a deal, but this is the new pro series they recently released. Unless you use induction heating or absolutely must have a better handle, I dont think the pro series is worth it yet.
The only downside at the moment to the pro series (if you even see it as a downside) is its only available in 2 sized frying pans. But the nonstick is just as good as the original and the upgraded handles are cooler to the touch. Plus as the 2 pan set currently sells there isn't an absurd markup on them over the original. Personally I don't need to match all my pots and pans to one set and the granite stone frying pans are very surprising given their as seen on TV stigma.
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U guys do know that any nonstick pans has a chemical coating right
You do understand that the body is made up of hundreds of chemicals, that we eat many non-harmful chemicals every day and you making this simple statement is pointless, right?
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