Most non-stick pan(s) and pot(s) does not stay non-stick. After a few years of use, sooner or later you will find stuck omelets and scorched chicken and scraping a sticky egg with a spatula. Then you will find yourself cleaning and scrubbing relentlessly with a nylon sponge or a scrub brush that can cause scratches on your cookware.
Thus most consumers go for the traditional metal pans such as cast iron and aluminum because as you cook more with these cookery set they get better and better. Unfortunately, they have harmful chemicals were used in manufacturing these pans which is called the PFOA or PTFE. But hey at least the eggs and other things does not stick to them.
However, nowadays people are looking for healthier option. Lucky for us, buyers, home cooks and chefs. A new generation of pots and pans have made their way to the kitchenware world. It is made from enameled or anodized metal or ceramic Thermolon.
PTFE and PFOA free
Ceramic cookware are safer, and sturdier than most pans and pots, as well as it is PFOA and PTFE free. However it is still prone to racking and breaking. Ceramic cookware can withstand high temperatures and longer lasting.
Based on research, ceramic cookware is basically made up of water and clay. As well as it is PTFE and PFOA free.
Ceramic cookware can go on any type of oven top, such as an electrical stovetop, an induction stovetop or even the traditional stovetop. It is also oven-safe, and dishwasher safe. However it is still highly recommended that ceramic cookware should be hand-washed.
Another good thing about ceramic cookware is that most of the pots and pans are lightweight, and have a solid base, which can offer good heat distribution and guarantees stability. It also ergonomic handles that are soft and stay cool even in high heat. In addition to ceramic cookware toughness, it is also easy to clean. However there are few guidelines that you need to know and remember when cleaning ceramic cookery set(s).
In order for the ceramic kitchenware to be protected, store the cookware carefully, as it can scratch easily. Do not stack the cookware on top of each other. If you do or need to stack the pans and pots on each other. Place a paper towel in between each of them. As well as ceramic kitchenware are still prone to breaking and cracking when they fall off the shelves.
Also when cleaning non-stick ceramic cookware clean with water and baking soda, add a little or a handful amount of baking soda, then scrub with a non-nylon sponge or a scrub brush, then rinse it off with warm water and then dry it off. Hence your ceramic cookware can be restored to like-new condition.
Aside from its light-weight, and healthier options for kitchenware. Ceramic cookware is also stylish it comes in various sizes and elegant colors, and it is great at performing for most jobs. Check out list of Best Ceramic Cookware here. Furthermore, most ceramic cookware are affordable.