In my opinion, no since lots of previous ones just delaminated with too much heat and the Teflon became part of the cooked items. I have since thrown all of them out and replaced those utensils with the more expensive, safer and better non-stick materials now available on the market.
by David Stillwell5 years ago
What kinds of cookware do you prefer? Teflon, steel/copper, cast iron, or aluminum based alloys?There are a great many different types of cookware available to consumers. What kinds of cookware do you prefer and what do...
by Betty Christianso23 months ago
We bought a set of Lo Cookware in 1947. We have used it ever since. As I remember, there was a...lifetime guarentee on them. Is that so? How do I find out about it? My email address is: ...
by alipuckett6 years ago
What is the best type of non-stick cookware? Teflon? Ceramic? Stainless steel?
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