The Stone Earth Pan by Ozeri, with 100% PFOA-Free Stone-Derived Non-Stick Coating from Germany

Utilizing STONEHENGE — a safe and natural stone-derived coating from Germany, the Stone Earth Pan by Ozeri is the world’s leading frying pan, delivering non-stick perfection while remaining absolutely free of PFOA, a harmful chemical used in traditional cookware. Conventional pans achieve their non-stick performance with the aid of PFOA (PerFluoroOctanoic Acid), which the EPA has classified as a ‘persistent pollutant of the environment’. According to the EPA, once ingested PFOA is capable of remaining in people for a very long time, and has been shown to cause developmental and other adverse effects in laboratory animals. With the Stone Earth Pan’s stone-derived coating from Germany, even under high temperatures, no harmful substances are ever released into the environment. This is because the Stone Earth Pan utilizes a natural coating derived from nature – not from a laboratory. The Stone Earth Pan’s stone-based coating is completely free of PFOA, and far more durable and scratch-resistant than other non-stick surfaces. With better non-stick properties, the Stone Earth Pan allows you to saute, fry, bake, boil and braise with as little as half the amount of oil normally used, and cleaning is a breeze. The Stone Earth Pan by Ozeri is made of the highest quality die-cast aluminum that allows for even cooking and fantastic browning without hot spots. It boasts a magnetized bottom for rapid heat transfer on induction stoves, and a heat-resistant silicone coated handle. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. STONEHENGE coating made by Weilburger GmbH, Germany. Final pan assembly in China.

3 thoughts on “The Stone Earth Pan by Ozeri, with 100% PFOA-Free Stone-Derived Non-Stick Coating from Germany”

  1. Better than ceramic So about 8 months ago I tried out my first set of ceramic pans. They were really nice and I liked them because they were a “green” and non-toxic solution to nonstick pans. They worked excellent with eggs and frying veggies and lighter fare but had a really hard time standing up to meat (and yes even with seasoning the pan appropriately yada yada yada). Every time I cooked red meat on my 10 in ceramic, it degraded the coating. Then one day I tried doing some fish on it, thinking it wouldn’t be as bad, and it destroyed the pan in one shot. The fish skin stuck to the coating and nothing I could do would save it. I am certain this was partially do to the slow degradation over time but I was really miffed by this. Ceramic pan last 6 months and died. So, I decided to try something else. Found this stone earth pan and gave it a shot. WOW! What a difference. This seems to be one of those instances where the fad is winning out over good tech because this is superior in just about…

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