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Originally Posted by cyber-junkie View Post
There is many of the "ceramic/marble non stick cookware" out there, are they all safe or only the ones that say they have no PFOA or PTFE?
I would only buy the ones that claim they are those chems. The one that I have is 100% free of PTFE , PFOA, Cadmium and BPA. I don't know of the rest, but I do go by labels when I purchase. I even read labels of food products in the grocery. Otherwise I would have stuck (no pun here) with pans I already have.

I have one cast iron. I like the way that it heats, but I worry about iron leaching. I don't use it much. Mostly the occasional grilled cheese sandwich.
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Originally Posted by heather.hawkins1022 View Post
Nothing like a good 'ole 15 lb frying pan!

...'specially for keepin' the hubby in line j/k

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