Pans. Not anywhere near as interesting as the fried egg or sauted mushrooms they contain. Fact.
However, I got sent an Ozeri Green Earth pan to review and review it I will.
This pan is coated with Greblon (which, admittedly, sounds made up), but it’s actually a ceramic coating that is non-stick but also non-toxic. It also has a honeycomb construction that is designed to distribute heat evenly. And it’s German.
A good solid pan.
Things cook well in it – no hot spots or sticky bits.
It won’t emit toxins when it overheats.
I’ve machine washed mine several times and it appears good as new
(Minor one) you need to prime the pan with oil before you break any eggs.
You may need to clean it later with lemon juice (I’ve been using mine for a month and haven’t yet)
It’s a good pan. It does what it says on the box – very efficiently.
If you worry about the things you can’t see, such as nasties that leech out of plastics and cause damage then this is the pan for you.
The Green Earth Pan currently costs £19.99 on Amazon.