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7.5-Qt Sedona Jumbo Nonstick Covered Wok Pan EXPIRED

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I know this is an easy way to live since there are always good deals on cheap things, but please consider how much this lifestyle adds to the landfills. Paying a bit more for better quality items almost always works out to be less expensive in the long term anyway so you're bound to be saving some money as well as helping the Earth
Any nonstick pan is basically disposable. I have found little difference in how long a "good" non stick pan and a cheap one last. Also there are probably 100 other things that a person can improve on that would make a bigger impact than throwing a pan out once a year instead of once every two years in terms of the environment...and even if they did all 100 of those things it would make 0 difference in the grand scheme of things.
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This is actually important for people to know. They need to dispose off in a planned way due to the risk of Teflon coat wearing off at which point it becomes toxic.
Teflon isn't absorbed in your body; it goes in one end and right out the other. Do you have any evidence it is toxic?
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This is actually important for people to know. They need to dispose off in a planned way due to the risk of Teflon coat wearing off at which point it becomes toxic.
Teflon coating is inert. It will pass through the digestive system intact.
The problem is with the fumes entering the respiratory system.
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Teflon coating is inert. It will pass through the digestive system intact.
The problem is with the fumes entering the respiratory system.
Then all the more reason to avoid, even if new
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Teflon isn't absorbed in your body; it goes in one end and right out the other. Do you have any evidence it is toxic?
https://www.livescience.com/are-n...toxic.html
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From the article:

"Experts tend to agree that Teflon itself isn't a problem. The coating itself is considered non-toxic. Even if you ingest small flakes of it, it passes right through you."

The article states that it is a problem if you over heat the pans because it can release chemicals into the air that can kill birds or cause headaches. So don't overheat the pans. And even if you do, as long as you aren't a bird, it is doubtful it is going to do much damage to you long term.
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They are actually terrible quality and don't cook well. They're thin so they conduct poorly and have hot spots. They don't have enough mass for thermal retention so you can't effectively sear meat. The coatings wear off so whatever nonstick qualities it had are gone quickly and are potentially toxic. They're also horrible for the environment because they end up in a landfill. Think of the millions of units of trash cookware produced and thrown away yearly.

You can spend $30 and get French made carbon steel that develops a natural nonstick coating and will last forever with minimal maintenance. American made cast iron is $20 or less and will also last forever with minimal maintenance.
I have a well seasoned carbon steel wok and cast iron pan as well as all clad d5 stainless steel. What do I use to quickly cook eggs or pancakes? My cheap ass tfal pans similar to these. I have a 3 pan set I bought for about 15 bucks a couple years ago that were a little thicker to replace some 5 year old tfal pans. Still going strong.

Just need to remember nonstick pans are disposable. Expect to replace them every few years. With proper care these should last a couple years. Use the right pan for the right foods. I would never think about searing meat in my nonstick pan or stir frying in my cast iron. Sure the cast iron can handle just about everything but who wants to maneuver a heavy pan with a burning hot handle? Those handle covers are crap.
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though i had good luck with macys rebates in the past, the rebates from the last black friday were not so easy. got denied on everything and had to call in to finally get approved. would rather wait for a deal like victors1991 pointed out and pass on the rebate deal
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I know this is an easy way to live since there are always good deals on cheap things, but please consider how much this lifestyle adds to the landfills. Paying a bit more for better quality items almost always works out to be less expensive in the long term anyway so you're bound to be saving some money as well as helping the Earth
Definitely agree that we should be more mindful of waster, and also the carbon footprint, so shop locally.
At the same time, we should make an effort to recycle. Pots and pans are recyclable. Where I live(Los Angeles) garbage collection takes them as recyclable. If they don't do that where you live, any scrap yard will happily take them off your hand, and might even give you a freebie or a fe cents in return.
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great pan for the price, but the non-stick doesn't last for very long.
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Any recommendations for an alternative brand? Teflon brands tend to wear out in a couple of years regardless of the maker, so a decently priced, relatively good quality would be appreciated.
These were rated the highest on multiple reputable review sites so I just bought 1 of each from Amazon and they are very nonstick where I can cook eggs in them without butter or oil on low heat:
1. "Tramontina 80114/535DS Professional Aluminum Nonstick Restaurant Fry Pan, 10", NSF-Certified" = $33
2. "Ozeri Frying, Skillet, Chef Pan, 10-Inch, Black Interior" = $27

They are replacing my $400 set of "Anolon Nouvelle Copper Hard Anodized Nonstick Cookware Pots and Pans Set, 11 Piece, Onyx" that I've only had for 1yr (cooking every day with them) and the nonstick surface seems to be 90% ineffective now. I figured if Adam Ragusea used them them must be good, but the nonstick surface wore out REALLY fast so don't get Analon's nonstick line as they are crap. Their other models with multi-clad bases are good though, they just have very thin sides.
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From the article:

"Experts tend to agree that Teflon itself isn't a problem. The coating itself is considered non-toxic. Even if you ingest small flakes of it, it passes right through you."

The article states that it is a problem if you over heat the pans because it can release chemicals into the air that can kill birds or cause headaches. So don't overheat the pans. And even if you do, as long as you aren't a bird, it is doubtful it is going to do much damage to you long term.
For high temp use for 10 mins or longer it is a problem. No one says not to use it, but only to be aware of what it is.

From article:
However, research suggests pans can easily reach a temperature hot enough to disintegrate Teflon. One group of researchers in Canada published a 2001 study in the journal Nature, in which Teflon broke down at 680 degrees Fahrenheit (360 degrees Celsius). For context: a Teflon-coated pan can reach 750 F (399 C) if left for eight minutes at high heat on a stovetop

But in some cases, it's best to ditch Teflon pans altogether, Fenton added — especially if you're pregnant, breastfeeding or have young children. PFOA in particular is tied to problems with kids' development. That's because this chemical is considered an endocrine disruptor, meaning it interferes with the body's hormone system. PFOA exposure causes elevated estrogen in male rats and delayed mammary-gland development in female mice, according to a 2012 article published in The Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. In humans, the chemical is linked to obesity, diabetes, low sperm quality and irregular menstrual cycles — potential signs of endocrine disruption.
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I have a tfal set its crap coating flakes off in less then 6 months
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Is there a way to check if it's this price in-store? There is a shipping cost and usually a markup online as well.
It is. I just bought it and it is really nice... Even water doesn't stick... U was it flip it and it's dry
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From the article:

"Experts tend to agree that Teflon itself isn't a problem. The coating itself is considered non-toxic. Even if you ingest small flakes of it, it passes right through you."

The article states that it is a problem if you over heat the pans because it can release chemicals into the air that can kill birds or cause headaches. So don't overheat the pans. And even if you do, as long as you aren't a bird, it is doubtful it is going to do much damage to you long term.
T-fal says on the pan it can handle up to 500F and 350F if it has rubber handle. So just don't out the pan on high heat with nothing in it.
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