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    • #96070
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Whats the deal with nylon coating on cookingware?
      i get it its like no stick
      but when the layer flakes off you end up ingesting that shit,
      what are the implications of ingesting nylon anon? is it worse than soi?

    • #96071
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Teflon isn’t really all that bad to ingest. It’s the shit they had to invent to bind teflon to the metal pan that’s gonna give you ass cancer.

      • #96073
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >Teflon isn’t really all that bad to ingest.

        • #96307
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Wouldn’t they be getting sued?

          • #96322
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >Wouldn’t they be getting sued?
            They have been, and still are. Yet this stuff is still in 99% of American households and used daily.
            >After the independent scientific panel jointly selected by the parties (but required under the settlement to be paid for by DuPont) found that there was a probable link between drinking PFOA and kidney cancer, testicular cancer, thyroid disease, high cholesterol, pre-eclampsia, and ulcerative colitis, Bilott began opening individual personal-injury lawsuits against DuPont on behalf of affected users of the Ohio and West Virginia water supplies, which by 2015 numbered over 3,500.
            >Dozens of additional cases filed after the 2017 settlement were settled in 2021 for an additional $83 million (announced in conjunction with a $4 billion settlement between DuPont and its spin-off, Chemours, over PFAS liabilities), bringing the total settlement value in the personal injury cases for those exposed to PFOA in their drinking water to over $753 million.
            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Bilott

        • #96353
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I’ve been eating Teflon for years and I still have all three my testicles.

          • #96355
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Ah, the triality of man.

      • #96075
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >ingesting heavy metals isn’t that bad

        • #96114
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >teflon
          >heavy metal
          amerimutt education

        • #96285
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >teflon the heavy metal
          hello r/paganism

        • #96338
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Teflon is made of Carbon and Fluorine you scrotebrain

      • #96076
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Look up the heat decay products of teflon
        >But pans shouldn’t get that hot
        They do, all the time, especially if you’re cooking on gas and the heat distribution is terrible

        • #96094
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >especially if you’re cooking on gas and the heat distribution is terrible
          I prefer cooking on gas over electric, which lacks guts. But I also use cast iron, which defrays the heat distribution issue a bit

        • #96187
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Cooking on gas is better you scrotebrained dilettante

          • #96203
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >hurr hot stream of gas isn’t more directed than an induction range

            • #96216
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Talk to a chef instead of reading reddit.

      • #96083
        Anonymous
        Guest

        gnomish hands typed this

      • #96088
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >Teflon isn’t really all that bad to ingest
        it shrinks your pp tho

        • #96103
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Yeah just eat the teflon. No serious go ahead the FDA says it’s great.

        • #96232
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Who gives a shit, a bunch of states made pot legal and that causes male breast growth but no one actually cares.

      • #96179
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >it gives you cancer
        Answer that way next time and avoid sounding like a cunt

      • #96220
        Anonymous
        Guest

        teflon is pretty freaking bad and teflon pans are easy to overheat (over 500 degrees) and release toxic fumes and leach toxins into your food.

        • #96222
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >and release toxic fumes
          To be fair, you can get polymer fume fever from cast iron too.

        • #96229
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >overheat (over 500 degrees) and release toxic fumes
          There’s a reason that serious bird owners don’t have teflon pans in their houses.

      • #96226
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >Teflon isn’t really all that bad
        LOL. The chemicals in Teflon stay in your blood practically forever and cause cancers.

      • #96253
        Anonymous
        Guest

        If you have birds and your teflon pan gets too hot they freaking die
        Human lungs are just slightly tougher

      • #96364
        Anonymous
        Guest

        or use a good ol wok. break it in and you’re good to go.

    • #96072
      Anonymous
      Guest

      take the cast iron pill

      • #96079
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Came here to post this
        >indestructible
        >lasts forever with proper care
        >cooks food better

        • #96097
          Anonymous
          Guest

          They’re not even that hard to clean
          Just clean it the second you stop using it. Gf cast iron pilled me after she said that Teflon fucks with male hormones

          • #96192
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Marry her wtf. Bitches know freaking nothing that doesn’t immediately affect them…

          • #96292
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >Just clean it the second you stop using it
            You don’t even need to do this when it is seasoned properly.

      • #96080
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I can’t find it at Wal-Mart

        • #96081
          Anonymous
          Guest

          there’s cast iron at walmart

        • #96092
          Anonymous
          Guest

          order online

          >ingesting heavy metals isn’t that bad

          teflon isnt a heavy metal but its plastic chemical shit

          using non stick pans during childhood has been proven to lower test and lower dick size
          https://www.medicaldaily.com/penis-size-shrinkage-linked-nonstick-frying-pans-fast-food-wrappers-432719

        • #96095
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Cast iron is everywhere these days.

          Shit you’re in Canada (presumably). Just wander off into the woods and you’d probably find one from a hundred years ago before lunchtime

        • #96096
          Anonymous
          Guest

          You aren’t looking hard enough scrote

        • #96110
          Anonymous
          Guest

          There should be. If not, check the outdoor/camping section of a sporting goods store. I’ve found some good ones there but they weren’t pre-seasoned.

        • #96124
          Anonymous
          Guest
          • #96204
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >walmart cast iron
            Anon, cmon now

          • #96210
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Make sure its usa made. Ozark might be china shit

          • #96233
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Make sure its usa made. Ozark might be china shit

            Do NOT buy pans made in the USA.
            They season it with woke afabeans.
            Don’t take my word for it, look it up.
            Buy your cast iron from the French.
            At least they aren’t trying to poison you from the start.

            • #96238
              Anonymous
              Guest

              >Factory seasoning
              Nope.exe
              Day of the Scouring pad
              Doesn’t matter what it was made of, it goes

              • #96241
                Anonymous
                Guest

                >I’ll just scrub this poison off myself
                >still rewarding companies that are trying to kill you
                NGMI

                • #96250
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  I’ve never bought cast iron new at any rate.

            • #96243
              Anonymous
              Guest

              >Not buying pans from the thrift store and seasoning it from scratch.
              Most of the new stuff is garbage. My cast iron is 60 and still kino.

            • #96279
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Won’t the soi seasoning go away after like 1-2 times use?

        • #96135
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Camping/outdoor section

          • #96186
            inbred gaylord
            Guest

            t. Walmart wagie

        • #96156
          Anonymous
          Guest

          You’re full of shit, you can find a good Lodge skillet anywhere that sells kitchenware. I bought mine at a hardware store, it’s definitely at goy-mart

          • #96165
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >a good Lodge skillet
            The last Lodge skillet I saw at Walmart wasn’t machined smooth on the inside, it was like a short dutch oven.

            • #96176
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Current Lodge is crap. I don’t mind a little texture, but theirs is a bit much.

              • #96191
                Anonymous
                Guest

                Buy a Griswold from an antique store, season it properly and you’ll never use another pan for as long as you live.

              • #96341
                Anonymous
                Guest

                Lodge is mediocre out the box, but improve with time.

                Wouldn’t a well seasoned cast iron grill attract roaches like crazy?

                Roaches dont naturally end up in homes, they get brought in somehow. If you have a roach problem then you have bigger concerns then what type of pans you use.
                Luckily roaches are easy as fuck to get rid of if you do your research. Ill save you time: you want Advion cockroach bait gel, make little balls of goo with the syringe in cracks and crevices and corners of cabinets where food is. Including seams in appliances like the fridge/microwave. Then you want Tempo dust, puff it into wall crevices (like behind outlets, plumbing holes, etc) to remove entry areas.
                The bait is very effective, roaches are cannibalistic. So a roach eats the bait, dies 8 hours later, the other roaches eat the corpse, die, etc. Cascade effect, wipes them out fast. Replace the bait after 1 month. By 60 days you will be roach free
                The exterminator garden gnome will usually spray the baseboards or use a bomb, that shit just drives them to other areas and they come back. exterminators that want to actually kill the roach infestation use the bait.

            • #96178
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Current Lodge is crap. I don’t mind a little texture, but theirs is a bit much.

              I just scrubbed whatever seasoning they had off and re-seasoned it myself. It was cheap and available, I’m not gonna be a snob about it

              • #96189
                Anonymous
                Guest

                >whatever seasoning
                I wasn’t talking about seasoning, I meant it still had the sand mold imprint.

        • #96159
          Anonymous
          Guest

          rook halder

        • #96190
          Anonymous
          Guest

          take the cast iron pill

          Listen scrotes, beyond cast iron skillet if you want good cookware THIS is what you get:
          https://www.walmart.com/search?q=tramontina+tri+ply+clad
          You season it similarly to cast iron too:
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEMSQI31mvk
          When you cook make sure the pan gets up to temperature BEFORE you put the food in it. Eggs, pancakes, meat, other stuff that sticks- make sure the pan is hot enough first.
          Happy cooking!

        • #96245
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Lodge brand.
          find it in the camping section near the guns.
          oh wait youre canadian
          find it in the camping section near the dildos.

          • #96249
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >near the dildos
            got mine over in the cuckholdery supplies section

        • #96272
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Go to Canadian Tire they have a good selection of cookwares

          • #96274
            Anonymous
            Guest

            those scrotes charge way too much for their shit. its always a laugh to see their cookware prices.

        • #96372
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Those are some silly eyebrows.

          ~ ~

          • #96377
            Anonymous
            Guest
      • #96102
        Anonymous
        Guest

        those are dishwasher safe too.

        • #96140
          Anonymous
          Guest
        • #96146
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Delete this

        • #96201
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Lmao you stupid scrote

      • #96126
        Anonymous
        Guest

        This. Be sure to season it properly. I usually season it a couple times then just cook a load of fatty meats in it for a few weeks to get a nice coat down. After cleaning put it back on the heat to dry it quickly to prevent rust.

        • #96127
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I make popcorn in my castiron wok
          I have autism

          • #96129
            Anonymous
            Guest

            that’s the good kind now put your toys back up

          • #96134
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >castiron wok
            Neat, never seen one. Mine’s steel.

            • #96147
              Anonymous
              Guest

              yea I used to cook everything in it, now I have an air fryer, the inside basket has that teflon coating, when I was scraping the grits off I get some of that nylon with it.. maybe I’ll just sand it off or just ingest it all slowly. idk i haven’t decided yet

      • #96145
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Thanks for reminding me that I should use mine more.

      • #96148
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Staub for the win

      • #96199
        Anonymous
        Guest

        carbon steel and enamel are also good.

      • #96219
        Anonymous
        Guest

        This plus enamel is all I have been cooking in for years, didn’t even know about the benefits of dodging the teflon garden gnome.

        • #96224
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >the teflon garden gnome.
          love this place.

      • #96234
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Iron Pan Master Race here ( Irpamra supreme, level 33 )

        Have fun getting internally laced with cancer and hydrofluoric acid

        Teflon is the most carcinogenic chemical in the average household.

        Airfreshener is the second.

        Teflon is garbage, aluminum is bad and so is cast iron. Do you like having a rusty omlette? Do you enjoy overloading your kidneys with iron compounds and polymerized oils?

        The only cookware I use is stainless steel and glass. Oiled stainless steel with a sharp spatula is non stick for nearly everything. Doesnt matter if im frying eggs or making a highly acidic sauce, the copper clad stainless steel cooks well, heats evenly and changes tempatures quickly without looking dull or leaving other materials in my food. I make my coffee by frying my water in a stainless steel saucepan, pouring in a french press with a glass beaker. Regular coffee pots and even kcup brewers run water through an aluminum heating coil and plastic tubing, thus making your coffee a brew of brain damaging materials

        • #96259
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Your mom gave me a rusty omlette last night.

          • #96269
            Anonymous
            Guest

            She should know better but she uses cast iron and scratched teflon cause she doesnt want to spend a few dollars on new pans.

        • #96313
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Cast iron and lard. No rust, no shitty oils.

          • #96328
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Do you use pure lard or cheap mexi lard with bht, citric acid, and propylene glycol?

            • #96331
              Anonymous
              Guest

              >propylene glycol?
              Propyl Gallate

      • #96266
        Anonymous
        Guest

        there’s cast iron at walmart

        >not cooking in old fashioned cast iron

        ngmi lad

        Lodge seasons them with s0yb3an oil. Do what you can to re-season it when you buy one.

      • #96291
        Anonymous
        Guest

        All clad lads. Metal worker who hobbied in cooking. The price is worth it.

      • #96301
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Yeah except you can’t clean them and they just rust

      • #96325
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Woke af.

      • #96330
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Cast iron is the way.
        You’ll fuck it up again and again the first couple months.
        After that you’ll wonder why you ever used anything else ever.
        I’ve been using a 35$ pan for 5 years now and I suspect it will last 20.

      • #96332
        Anonymous
        Guest

        cast iron is inferior to carbon steel in every single way.

        • #96345
          Anonymous
          Guest

          And carbon steel is inferior to copper core stainless

        • #96350
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Cast iron does leach iron and isn’t actually good for men to use constantly–woman need more iron though.

          Cast iron is better when you want to start a dish on the stove than move it to the oven. Chicken curry on rice for example.

          • #96352
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >Cast iron does leach iron and isn’t actually good for men to use constantly–woman need more iron though.
            How. It has a coating.

            • #96360
              Anonymous
              Guest

              It’s not perfect. Leave something with tomatoes in that pan overnight, tell me what color it turns

              • #96365
                Anonymous
                Guest

                nothing I make lasts more than 20 minutes but Samoan Amish are like that.

                • #96368
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  >Samoan Amish
                  Are you the sole source of this meme? Seen it about a lot lately, didn’t know you guys could use the internet

                  • #96374
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    there’s a few of us on here. made the jump a few years back.
                    the old Amish excuse for everything worldly they want to do/use is
                    >Jesus didn’t OWN a boat but he rode in one
                    so see, I don’t OWN the internet, so it’s ok.
                    and honestly, the Amish part came from a raid years ago for virgins and it’s still a sore spot with the Pennsylvania ones especially.

              • #96378
                Anonymous
                Guest

                I don’t cook tomatoes in a cast iron pan as they are acidic and remove seasoning.

                Look up cast iron leaching
                I don’t want to
                >Dude trust me
                But im phone posting and know it’s easy to find info on. I know it has something to do with it having a lower hardness and some chemistry thing to do with oxidation.
                >Stainless and carbon steel should be your work hoarses

                I find one study that has been added to the wiki. The teflon garden gnome fears the cast iron chad.
                > The iron in spaghetti sauce increased 845 percent (from 0.61 mg/100g to 5.77 mg/100g),
                Why the fuck would you cook spaghetti sauce in a cast iron pan unless you want to strip the pans seasoning. Pure scrotebrainism. The same study shows that you don’t get much iron for intended use of cast iron. In case my view isn’t clear
                >If the pan is seasoned correctly the food is not in direct contact with iron

                • #96384
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  stainless steel would be a better saucepan.

                  • #96386
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    No shit

                    • #96388
                      Anonymous
                      Guest

                      I guess we got that settled at least.
                      now, about this dishwasher situation…

            • #96370
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Look up cast iron leaching
              I don’t want to
              >Dude trust me
              But im phone posting and know it’s easy to find info on. I know it has something to do with it having a lower hardness and some chemistry thing to do with oxidation.
              >Stainless and carbon steel should be your work hoarses

              • #96376
                Anonymous
                Guest

                >We simmered tomato sauce in a stainless-steel pan and in seasoned and unseasoned cast-iron pans. We then sent samples of each sauce to an independent lab to test for the presence of iron. The unseasoned cast iron released the most molecules of metal. The sauce from this pot contained nearly 10 times as much iron (108 mg⁄kg) as the sauce from the seasoned cast-iron pot, which contained only a few more milligrams than the sauce from the stainless-steel pot.

                • #96379
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  it’s printed right on the bottom of mine how to properly season the pan after you get it out of the dishwasher.

                  • #96383
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    .. why are you putting it in the dishwasher?

                    • #96387
                      Anonymous
                      Guest

                      you don’t put them in the dishwasher?
                      well, shit.

          • #96354
            Anonymous
            Guest

            or for putting right on the fire like a man.

      • #96342
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Stainless is superior

      • #96361
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Cast iron is nasty as fuck, take the bronze age pervert pill. I borrowed a mates $300 freaking cast iron skillet and using old aluminium cans and some old electrical cord I cast a perfect duplicate that is easier to use, heats up faster, is lighter to carry in my pack, and cost me freaking NADA.

        Piracy doesn’t just apply to media. Pirate that expensive cookware! YARR!

    • #96074
      Anonymous
      Guest

      buy a new freaking skillet dumbass

      • #96077
        Anonymous
        Guest

        why? it cooks eggs really good

        • #96130
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Take the car bonnet pill

          • #96316
            Anonymous
            Guest

            take the legpill

            • #96323
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Take the car bonnet pill

              take the nVidia GTX 480 pill

              • #96326
                Anonymous
                Guest

                that’s next level

        • #96251
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Get a Cooper coated pan for eggs.

          • #96260
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Stainless steel
            Medium low
            Preheat correctly
            Copper is garbage and you suck at cooking.

        • #96290
          Anonymous
          Guest

          My cast iron pan cooks eggs well. My stainless pan cooks eggs well. My stamped steel pan cooks eggs well. There is some technique involved, particularly with stainless but fuck its not rocket surgery anon.

      • #96180
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Or just get a cast iron and never have to worry about any of this

    • #96078
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Iron Pan Master Race here ( Irpamra supreme, level 33 )

      Have fun getting internally laced with cancer and hydrofluoric acid

      • #96141
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >iron pan
        Do you mean cast iron or carbon steel, because sometimes carbon steel is called "iron" in europe. If it’s cast iron I hope you donate blood or bleed out of your twat monthly because too much iron is really bad for you. Red meat consumption, supplements, and fortified foods has lead to a large number of males with too much iron in their system. The only real way to quickly reduce any buildup is to bleed it out.

        • #96151
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >Do you mean cast iron or carbon steel
          Cast iron is high carbon steel though

    • #96082
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >nylon
      Teflon, or polytetrafluoroethylene

    • #96084
      JFK Jr is the antichrist
      Guest

      Teflon is the most carcinogenic chemical in the average household.

      Airfreshener is the second.

    • #96085
      Anonymous
      Guest

      use wooden or plastic utensils a Teflon pan scratched like that is bad news.

      I’ve seen these being sold a lot recently anyone know if they
      re any good ?

      • #96111
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Same shit, different name

      • #96244
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have one and it’s awesome. They consist of a steel or aluminum core covered in an enamel coating. Totally different than the old non stick bullshit.

        • #96258
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >non-stick chemicals

          >enamel
          SO TRUE!!!

      • #96334
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Ive had one for a few months now, best pan I ever bought. I had like 10 of those teflon pans before and they are all dogshit.

    • #96086
      Anonymous
      Guest
      • #96105
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >leeches iron

        • #96137
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Am essential element for your blood anon

        • #96162
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Red blood cells need Hemoglobin which contains iron anon.

        • #96168
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Which shouldn’t be a problem unless you have hemochromatosis. Cooking with it can actually be good if you’re prone to iron-deficiency anemia.

          • #96198
            Anonymous
            Guest

            My grandfather died of hemachromatosis 🙁 he donated blood every week and stopped when he retired and died within a year.

            • #96329
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Aww damn, im sorry for your loss anon. Did your grandad use cast-iron?

          • #96335
            Anonymous
            Guest

            No one has an iron deficiency, and if they do its better to eat some leafy green vegetables. Cooking with cast iron is going to give you a completely random amount of iron in addition to the iron thats already in food which is plenty

        • #96206
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >shilling against a non harmful pan
          top kek

        • #96248
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >an essiential nutrient of which most adults are deficient
          garden gnomes fear the extra-red blooded master race.

      • #96107
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Nice pic, good pile of facts
        The "no harmful chemical coating" part isn’t quite right, but it’s better than teflon.

        • #96123
          Anonymous
          Guest

          "cant cook meat on a spit because combustion is cancerous"

      • #96116
        Anonymous
        Guest

        both of these things can go right in the oven.

      • #96175
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >non-stick
        For the most part yes. I still use the garden gnome pan for eggs.

        • #96185
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I find a well-seasoned cast iron is better at frying eggs than teflon. Although I imagine it’s more a function of the thermal mass of the pans than the actual coating

        • #96227
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >Can’t cook eggs on cast iron
          Bitch I cook eggs on stainless steel. Feel bad about not understanding cooking temperatures or how to pre heat.

          • #96230
            Anonymous
            Guest

            its true really. if shit is hot enough whatever you crack off on top wont stick. i crack off stuff on my hot pans all the time. the feel of a good sizzle is wonderful.

      • #96367
        Anonymous
        Guest

        That’s the problem with cast iron. It’s absolutely NOT non stick. Cast irons stickiness is why teflon and searching for non stick coatings even happened, because cast iron is freaking woeful. See my post above how to make a patrician skillet from some saps cast iron skillet that is ACTUALLY non stick and weighs like 1/10th as much and is freaking free!

        • #96371
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >Cast irons stickiness is why teflon and searching for non stick coatings even happened
          Bullshit. A need for posioning the goyim is why teflon was created.

        • #96381
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Teflon was invented because people suck at the basics.
          This is the same reason people buy 5 blade disposables
          If you get good a cast iron is the best option always.

          That being said I know a girl who cooks eggs on high (8/10 on the electric stove) Teflon was invented for people like her.

    • #96087
      Anonymous
      Guest

      All of the coatings CAUSE DISEASE.

      Use an IRON PAN and BURN IT IN.

    • #96090
      Anonymous
      Guest

      You want stainless steel, not cast iron or some ꜱoy teflon bullshit.

      • #96106
        Anonymous
        Guest
        • #96188
          Anonymous
          Guest

          SS is the superior cooking medium without question

          • #96207
            Anonymous
            Guest

            cooking with the SS must have been something.

          • #96211
            Anonymous
            Guest

            wrong again kiddo

            • #96239
              Anonymous
              Guest

              >canadian posts CP in an SS thread
              Every time.

              • #96256
                Anonymous
                Guest

                i laughed

            • #96242
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Copper is an essential trace mineral. Having too much is bad. Ive heard of people having medical problems from keeping tea in copper bottles, so presumably cooking acidic stuff would leach copper into it as well

              • #96252
                Anonymous
                Guest

                it’s the best for a pot still though. stainless for a fractionating reflux tower since you’re getting 99.9% back and no flavor.

                • #96261
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  >it’s the best for a pot still though
                  I figured that was more a function of easy workability than any other feature of copper

      • #96113
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Stainless steel is chinese shitnmost of the time

        • #96122
          Anonymous
          Guest

          yeah I wouldn’t trust that shit. probably lead coated with silver colored lead.
          yard sales, thrift shops, online. I have some old ones that have been in the family.

    • #96091
      Anonymous
      Guest

      all you have to do to fix it is put some oil in the pan, heat it until it’s hot enough to crackle, then put about 2 tbsp of ground cayenne pepper in there. it’ll smooth the spots over and add a little heat to your meal! cayenne has anti-inflammatory properties too

    • #96098
      Anonymous
      Guest

      stainless steel is the way to go. and lard.
      cast iron is ok with lard.

    • #96101
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Non stick pans during childhood lower test in men and cause smaller penis size

      https://nypost.com/2018/12/05/nonstick-frying-pans-can-make-your-penis-smaller-study-says/

    • #96108
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Just use a ceramic pan

      • #96121
        Anonymous
        Guest

        are these actually safer or am i just being garden gnomeed into buying someting expensive with a whole other set of hidden dangers?

        • #96125
          Anonymous
          Guest

          What you have to be mostly aware of is "anti-stick" and "anti-scratch" coatings. That’s where the toxicity comes from. I recommend cast iron personally.

        • #96132
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Ceramic pans are fine. Don’t waste your time and effort fighting with a cast iron pan just because hipsters are morons.

          • #96139
            Anonymous
            Guest

            you gotta sand the shitty surface down before seasoning it, I did mine with an angle grinder and a flap wheel, but I don’t use it anymore so idk lol.

          • #96143
            Anonymous
            Guest

            once you figure out how to use cast iron they are literally the same as any non stick pan without the drawbacks. you just need to get used to them.

          • #96157
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Cast irons are fine when you get them seasoned after a while. Especially good with frying or anything that goes into the oven after the stove top.
            But I have a dedicated non-stick pan for things like eggs, and sauteed stuff. I would never finish off a steak or fry anything in a non-stick pan as the temp is too high and wears out the finish due to either heat or the utensils needed. Needless to say my non-sticks get more use than my cast iron.
            Anybody that says "just get cast iron" is a scrotebrain.

            • #96166
              Anonymous
              Guest

              >I would never finish off a steak or fry anything in a non-stick pan
              I would never put a steak in a frying pan.

              • #96171
                Anonymous
                Guest

                I only fry steak in a pan. Once you master it you’ll never go back. But that’s just me

              • #96173
                Anonymous
                Guest

                it’s called a reverse sear scrote. can’t grill in the rain

                • #96228
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  >can’t grill in the rain
                  You don’t have a covered area to ensure year round BBQ and grilling?

              • #96174
                Anonymous
                Guest

                I got some t-bones on sale the other day and did them in the crockpot.
                very tasty made great sandwiches and the gravy was rib sticking.

              • #96202
                Anonymous
                Guest

                where the hell else does a guy cook his steak?

                • #96283
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  Usually a grill. Your choice of fuel, but there’s only one correct pick.

                  • #96286
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    I love tasting the meat, not the heat.

                  • #96295
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    yeah fair enough, thats bestest. only cook in the kitchen here.

              • #96215
                Anonymous
                Guest

                Thats how steakhouses do it, if you arent baiting you are one of the stupidest scrotes on planet earth

              • #96288
                Anonymous
                Guest

                just piling on to say you’re a goddamn fool

          • #96208
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >t. Macaco too weak to hold a cast iron pan

      • #96375
        Anonymous
        Guest

        and a ceramic knife

    • #96109
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >when the layer flakes off
      You throw out the pan then anon

    • #96115
      Anonymous
      Guest

      you cant cook anything worth a dick in some piece of shit that is anything but a 30 lbs iron pan, PLUS they poison you

      why do normies do this shit?

    • #96118
      Anonymous
      Guest

      It’s not so dangerous to ingest like Teflon, but chuck your pan when it starts flaking. If you don’t like this, take the cast iron skillet pill. Oil the sucker up and heat it so the oil gets into the iron surface. If you season it and care for it properly, you can pass it on to your children.

      • #96131
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I’ve spent dirt on my collection of cast iron, which mostly came from thrift stores and a few judicious "Hey, are you keeping that?" events

    • #96119
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Look up Dark Waters (2019). It’s woke af on exactly this concept. Robert Bilott is still fighting cases against DuPont for people in small towns who had their water sources poisoned by teflon. Also for a more direct account, pick up Exposure, by Robert Bilott.

      • #96128
        Anonymous
        Guest

        It turns into all kinds of highly reactive fluoridated shit once exposed to hot oxygen or other organic molecules
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tetrafluoroethylene
        Its monomer is carcinogenic as well

        • #96138
          Anonymous
          Guest

          It’s a really bonked chemical, picrel is what it does to births. Wasn’t it originally meant for military application?

    • #96120
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Just use cast iron

    • #96133
      Anonymous
      Guest
    • #96136
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Nah, it’s safe and effective. Just scrape that shit off and keep using it. Trust the science, bro

    • #96142
      Anonymous
      Guest

      use stainless steel cast iron or enamel

    • #96144
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Yeah it’s straight poison. Use stainless or some other non coated thing.

    • #96150
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Stainless steel is the best option for cookware, but fuck cooking omelettes in anything but non-stick.

    • #96152
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Idk I have one of the Blue Diamond frypans and always use either butter or olive oil as a base no matter what, never cook over gas but use a range, never get the heat above 3 1/2, and never use soap to clean it unless stuff is hard caked on and then it’s just hand washed with a tiny bit of Dawn and like half a cup of water. My pops is a medical tech/chemist and said that as long as you don’t temper it and expose it to too much degreaser it shouldn’t leach that much at all.

      • #96158
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >My pops is a medical tech/chemist

        >my dad is VP at DuPont
        just say it lad.

        • #96164
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Jfc I’m just talking here
          He looks at blood and stool samples all day under a microscope and uses centrifuges idk man

    • #96153
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Teflon doesn’t bind easily. The reason it’s used for non-stick pans is the same reason it’s not going to harm you if ingested. It’s chemically inert.

    • #96161
      Anonymous
      Guest

      What about stone cookware? I would think that’s even safer than stainless steel or cast iron, correct??

    • #96163
      Anonymous
      Guest

      The substance is inert, it means it does not stick to your body even when its ingested.

    • #96167
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Women only think in terms of group hierarchy, so they all decided to poison their family for a few times of easy cooking eggs, because if everyone’s family is poisoned. No one’s is. To a drugged out pharma mother.

    • #96172
      sumdumfuk
      Guest

      >but when the layer flakes off you end up ingesting that shit,
      its not going to stick inside you either.

    • #96182
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Get a cast iron pan and a ceramic coated deep pan with a lid, that’s about all you need.

    • #96194
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I had to chuck all my non-stick pans when I got a pet budgie. Really made me question how safe it is for humans if just the fumes from cooking on it can kill a bird.

    • #96195
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Its all just a freaking scam for people who are unwilling to learn about different materials and how to treat them.
      All you really need:
      >Cast iron
      >copper, stainless steel lined
      >cast or forged iron, emaille lined
      >stainless steel
      >clay in all its varieties

      Thats it, no need for all that expensive arbage that will not even last a few years, if you really clean the surfaces.

    • #96196
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I only cook in cast iron. Once you layer that baby up it’s superior to any ass cancer pan.
      Protip: buy cast iron from antique places. They have a smoother surface and come in a variety of sizes.

      • #96217
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Or just be a man, pull out your grinder, and spend five minutes smoothing that shit out. If you’re buying Lodge you want to strip their garbage factory coat to properly season anyway.

    • #96205
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Wouldn’t a well seasoned cast iron grill attract roaches like crazy?

      • #96213
        Anonymous
        Guest

        if they come for your pan, there’s bigger fish to fry in your house sis.

    • #96209
      Anonymous
      Guest

      carbon steel ftw

      • #96221
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >carbon steel
        My pan material of choice, unless I’m cooking something that will strip the seasoning, then I go SS.

        • #96236
          Anonymous
          Guest

          This anon cooks, cast iron is also great and so are Dutch ovens with enamel coating.

          • #96246
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Nothing like coming home to a pot roast that’s been braising in the dutch oven for 4 hours

            • #96314
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Nothing cooks a pot roast like cast iron dutch oven.

              • #96327
                Anonymous
                Guest

                >pot roast/dutch oven

                A wonderful method of doing a pot roast, short ribs too. I have been lazy lately and just do it in the instant pot most times. One great thing about the instant pot is how easy and fast it is which has allowed me more opportunity to experiment. Because if this I was finally able to solve the pot roast problem of beautiful juicy meat that turned to sawdust in your mouth.

        • #96254
          Anonymous
          Guest
      • #96294
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Agree about the carbon steel, but that one looks anodized, anon.

      • #96340
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Too thin, any foods with actual thickness will sap the heat right out of that. Just take the cast iron pill.

    • #96212
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >flakes off
      You bonked up, don’t use metal utensils on them.

    • #96225
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >scrotebrain that uses silverware or metal utensils on a coated pan/pot
      Plastic or wooden, never stir metal on metal you scrotebrain unless you want to ruin your shit.

      • #96237
        Anonymous
        Guest

        It still seems to degrade over time. And thats the made in the us, dupont shit. I hate to think what the chicks are usingl.

    • #96235
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i used a scratched up teflon pan for years at my parents without knowing it apparently poisons you to death. I just thought "meh, its a pan" Whose idea was it to put these chemicals on freaking kitchenware

    • #96240
      Anonymous
      Guest

      don’t heat it passed 400° f and throw it away if it starts to flake and you’ll be good.

      • #96257
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You do realize that things dont cook properly with less than 400 degrees pan tempatures right? I regularly run my pans to 400 to make my crispy tendies & fries.

        • #96262
          Anonymous
          Guest

          don’t cook anything but eggs in nonstick.

          • #96270
            Anonymous
            Guest
          • #96273
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Why bother having an extra pan & spatula for eggs when my stainless steel pan can cook everything including eggs. I Also fry my eggs hot so that the whites are a bit crunchy but the yolks are still melty

            • #96275
              Anonymous
              Guest

              >crunchy
              >melty
              we got a sensuous one here guys.

            • #96278
              Anonymous
              Guest

              >Why bother having an extra pan & spatula for eggs

              French omelets. I have spatulas and two french made carbon steel pans just for french omelets.

              • #96281
                Anonymous
                Guest

                What is the difference in cooking properties between carbon steel and stainless steel?

                • #96302
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  Carbon steel is a lot like cast iron. Once seasoned well it’s slick and nearly nonstick. Heats up fast and cools fast. Great for searing, saute, stirfry, eggs. A good stainless pan IME has slightly better heat distribution but more importantly is better for dishes that will be finished with a sauce in the pan, such as champagne chicken, or when you want to build up a fond that will be deglazed for a sauce. Also, I tend to do anything really stinky like indian food in stainless because it can stink up a carbon steel pan for the next few uses.

                  • #96321
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    Yeah, I cook a lot of really random stuff and I dont want the flavors from one meal to leech into the next.

        • #96264
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >Burns everything but tendies
          >Tries to give advice on cooking

          • #96276
            Anonymous
            Guest

            I dont burn things very often. But when I do, there isnt a bunch of poisen ptfe involved.

            • #96284
              Anonymous
              Guest

              >Doesn’t know how to low temperature cook on stainless steel
              >Cooks everything on medium
              Atleast you cook anon, I respect that but feel obligated to not let you off the hook for avoiding low temperature jujitsu.

              • #96289
                Anonymous
                Guest

                Sometimes I cook on low, sometimes I cook on high. But I just dont see the point in having teflon pans

                • #96296
                  Anonymous
                  Guest
                  • #96299
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    Cheers. Im out of wine, I guess ill make a margarita

    • #96255
      IncelChink
      Guest

      I use an old essen to cook everything. I used to wash it with a metalic sponge not knowing how harmful it is. Now i just dont wash it at all, i leave the foods etc stick to it to prevent alluminium coming out of it.

    • #96263
      Anonymous
      Guest

      The patrician stainless steel, carbon steel, cast iron, and ceramic.

      The pleb copper, aluminum, and teflon.

      • #96265
        Anonymous
        Guest

        eh aluminum is good for ultralight cooking and it doesn’t leech into your food, it just dents easily.

    • #96268
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Got cast iron almost a year ago. Had a rough surface but has been smothed out now after cooking a few months. Never changing to anything else. Cast iron for life. Don’t have to worry about any chemicals. You just have to use more butter then in teflon. Also funny enough telon pans have a big T in the middle outlined with red, reminding you that they’re deleting your T when you use their products.

      • #96271
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >reminding you that they’re deleting your T when you use their products.

      • #96277
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >telon pans have a big T in the middle outlined with red
        He means Tefal brand.

    • #96280
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Dow Chemical will have you murdered if you try to uncover the truth about Teflon coatings.

    • #96282
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i am using ceramic coating, whats pols opion, am i going to turn in to a chud soon?

      • #96293
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Cast Iron > Stainless Steel > Ceramic > Ceramic Coating > Copper > Teflon.

        Should be fine, full ceramic is better. Ceramic coating tends to be more tolerant to heat and doesn’t let out gaseous chemicals when too hot. Watch for scratches if it’s an aluminum base, stainless steel base shouldn’t matter as much.

    • #96287
      Anonymous
      Guest

      All clad.

    • #96297
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Just use a cast iron pan and season it properly, take care of it, never use soap on it and never let it sit in water. It will last you the rest of your life.

    • #96298
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Ctrl-f pfas
      No one? Suggest you read up on per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, anons. Shit is everywhere, and we’re just figuring it out now…

    • #96300
      Anonymous
      Guest

      you can test if you got the good high value stainless steel with a magnet. if the magnet doesnt stick it has high nickel and bad quality. stainless steel != stainless steel
      >inb4 oh shit it actually worked

    • #96309
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Stainless steel master race. Although I do use nonstick when lazy, and cast iron for specific meals, like searing meats.

    • #96310
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Every coating type has a purpose, right tool for the job. Don’t buy chinkshit, all my pots and pans are made in the USA or France. Stainless, High Carbon Steel, Cast Iron, Ceramic > Chinese Teflon or any other trash you buy from china, I’m looking at you Walmart scum.

      • #96318
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I bought a really nice German non stick pan that changes color woke af on the heat.

    • #96315
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anyone know what hot plates McDonald’s use?
      I ask this because I’m lazy and don’t cook

    • #96320
      Anonymous
      Guest

      This thread made me realize Team Schwab will lose.

    • #96324
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Ceramic
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    • #96333
      Anonymous
      Guest

      the garden gnomes put it there to keep you from realizing whites are being systematically replaced in every white nation. really shady stuff tbh

    • #96344
      Anonymous
      Guest

      use a plastic spatula scrote

      • #96358
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >Just use the cancer scraper dude
        Figures it’s a leaf

    • #96346
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Take a Cast Iron pill, bros
      https://youtu.be/NmCkycNQRXU

    • #96356
      Anonymous
      Guest

      You eat three kilograms of plastic per year. What’s an extra milligram?

      Also inb4 plastic makes you not have babies. India and Africa consume like 30 kilos of plastic per year more than we do and they’re pooping out babies.

      Bing bing wahoo, the internet, and women becoming prostitutes is why we aren’t making babies.

      • #96362
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Its true, American Chocolate is like plastic

    • #96357
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Cast iron master race

    • #96373
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can you anons list some reputable brands for pans and cook stuff. please no bullie

      • #96380
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Ebay. Vintage. Then restore, season and you are set.

    • #96382
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Keep food from sticking to your stainless steel pans with this one easy trick. Doctors hate this:
      >let pan heat up
      >put butter on hot pan, or oil if you’re gay
      >cook
      >???
      >wtf nothing sticks
      Brought to you by my grandma.

      • #96389
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Yeah its amazing people don’t understand it is for heat transfer as well as whatever reason they think they add it for.

        • #96391
          Anonymous
          Guest

          we got away from lard and got cucked with coconut and s o y oil

    • #96392
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >what are the implications of ingesting nylon anon?
      Still safer than the "vaccine"

    • #96393
      Anonymous
      Guest

      season your cast iron pan BEFORE you put it in the dishwasher of course

      • #96395
        Anonymous
        Guest

        lolol

    • #96394
      Anonymous
      Guest

      All you need is stainless steel pans for flambe and non stick pans with ceramic coating

      • #96396
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I wonder if cerakote would work.

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