Cooking with Teflon


Here are some helpful tips for cooking with the easiest to clean kitchen product out there.
This website is a great resource. Good recipes too.
Enjoy, Anne
http://www.hollyclegg.com/teflon.cfm
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The consensus over at rec.food.equipment seems to be that Teflon and other non-stick products are virtually unnecessary. If you buy decent cookware and use it right, food won't stick and clean-up isn't an issue. Stainless clad aluminum cookware is the favorite of most people because it heats evenly, is responsive to temperature changes, is non-reactive, virtually non-stick when used right, and is easy to clean. On the other hand, non-stick products gradually lose their slickness, require special care, don't develop the fond necessary for the production of sauces and gravy, and pose well documented health threat to birds. Even eggs can be cooked without sticking in lightly oiled stainless or in well-seasoned cast iron. Some member of RFE recommend non-stick products for eggs but that is limited to a single, special use pan. I would forget about Teflon and recommend something that will perform well and last a lifetime - like tri-ply stainless and cast iron.
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