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Old 10-23-2012, 10:14 AM   #121
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Dude got use Plackers; they are made from Kevlar.

Plackers Twin-Line Dental Flossers, 150ct: Personal Care : Walmart.com

Best on the market!

I will buy those next time. I havent any of mine break yet but i have had a couple that shreded a little bit
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Old 10-23-2012, 10:45 AM   #123
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Soft yet tough.

Youre still using paper???? I went to 3 shells a while back

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Old 10-23-2012, 11:09 AM   #124
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My father-in-law gave me one ofthose green pans you see on the infomercials. It's amazing, seriously. I was expecting a light-weight thin piece of Chinese crap that wouldn't last past a few uses when I saw them on TV.

In reality, it's a very high-quality, well made, heavy little frying pan. You season it with vegetable oil once before the first use like you would a cast iron skillet.

NOTHING sticks. If you would burn something, just run some water on it and give it a flick with the spatula and it's clean. The coating is amazing for cooking. I use it all of the time now and cleanup takes seconds...I run some water into it, add a squirt of dish soap and wipe it out with sponge or sometimes all it needs is a rinse and it's clean. I've used it about 20 times now and it looks brand new, not a scratch or stain.

It really is the perfect pan...for just $20.

Get one. Seriously.

Orgreenic™ 10' Fry Pan - Bed Bath & Beyond

The people complaining about sticking must not have prepped it right. Nothing sticks.

There's one review saying it scratched with the use of a fork. Well, yeah. You don't use metal in ANY nonstick pan... Wooden or plastic spatulas only.

I hope they make a bigger one or better yet, a square skillet.
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extenze.

no joke, you try th is, youll go out of your damn mind. jimmy johson aint lyin.
I thought this stuff was sposed to make your thing bigger with extended use,or is it a viagra type product?
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My father-in-law gave me one ofthose green pans you see on the infomercials. It's amazing, seriously. I was expecting a light-weight thin piece of Chinese crap that wouldn't last past a few uses when I saw them on TV.

In reality, it's a very high-quality, well made, heavy little frying pan. You season it with vegetable oil once before the first use like you would a cast iron skillet.

NOTHING sticks. If you would burn something, just run some water on it and give it a flick with the spatula and it's clean. The coating is amazing for cooking. I use it all of the time now and cleanup takes seconds...I run some water into it, add a squirt of dish soap and wipe it out with sponge or sometimes all it needs is a rinse and it's clean. I've used it about 20 times now and it looks brand new, not a scratch or stain.

It really is the perfect pan...for just $20.

Get one. Seriously.

Orgreenic™ 10' Fry Pan - Bed Bath & Beyond

The people complaining about sticking must not have prepped it right. Nothing sticks.

There's one review saying it scratched with the use of a fork. Well, yeah. You don't use metal in ANY nonstick pan... Wooden or plastic spatulas only.

I hope they make a bigger one or better yet, a square skillet.
Im gonna have to check this out
thanks
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Old 10-23-2012, 12:32 PM   #127
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My father-in-law gave me one ofthose green pans you see on the infomercials. It's amazing, seriously. I was expecting a light-weight thin piece of Chinese crap that wouldn't last past a few uses when I saw them on TV.

In reality, it's a very high-quality, well made, heavy little frying pan. You season it with vegetable oil once before the first use like you would a cast iron skillet.

NOTHING sticks. If you would burn something, just run some water on it and give it a flick with the spatula and it's clean. The coating is amazing for cooking. I use it all of the time now and cleanup takes seconds...I run some water into it, add a squirt of dish soap and wipe it out with sponge or sometimes all it needs is a rinse and it's clean. I've used it about 20 times now and it looks brand new, not a scratch or stain.

It really is the perfect pan...for just $20.

Get one. Seriously.

Orgreenic™ 10' Fry Pan - Bed Bath & Beyond

The people complaining about sticking must not have prepped it right. Nothing sticks.

There's one review saying it scratched with the use of a fork. Well, yeah. You don't use metal in ANY nonstick pan... Wooden or plastic spatulas only.

I hope they make a bigger one or better yet, a square skillet.

I'll have to give it a try because our non stick stuff is getting a little dated.

FYI: If you do not need to use dish soap I would avoid it as it can add an unwanted tast to the food. That's even more important with cast iron stuff.
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Old 10-23-2012, 12:44 PM   #128
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I switched to cast iron a few years back. Awesome stuff.

Best you can get:

Lodge Cast Iron Cookware - America's Original Cookware - South Pittsburg, TN USA
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Old 10-23-2012, 01:30 PM   #129
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I switched to cast iron a few years back. Awesome stuff.

Best you can get:

Lodge Cast Iron Cookware - America's Original Cookware - South Pittsburg, TN USA
Thanks for the link. I gave a buddy of mine one of these mini grills and the thing kicks ass. The store where I purchased it went out of business and I wanted to buy one for myself.

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I'll have to give it a try because our non stick stuff is getting a little dated.

FYI: If you do not need to use dish soap I would avoid it as it can add an unwanted tast to the food. That's even more important with cast iron stuff.
This pan has a smooth coating so it won't absorb it like cast iron or a pizza stone, but you're right in those cases.

This pan is as slick as a freshly-waxed car.
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Old 10-23-2012, 01:41 PM   #131
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I switched to cast iron a few years back. Awesome stuff.

Best you can get:

Lodge Cast Iron Cookware - America's Original Cookware - South Pittsburg, TN USA

Decent prices too.
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Decent prices too.
Yup and American made. They are probably one of the cheapest ones you can buy in cast iron but they are also one of the best. You can get them at wally world.
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Old 10-23-2012, 03:20 PM   #133
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My wife purchased some Wolfgang Puck pots and pans and they suck. They are so bad I think I would punch him in the face if I ever saw him out in public. Oil and butter stick to them. Funny my wife says its me as I watch her trying to scrape an egg of them. STAY AWAY FROM THESE.

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Old 10-23-2012, 04:11 PM   #134
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Wow...bad reviews. Tell her to research big purchases in the future.

Other people say everything sticks, they rust immediately, several lids have exploded and the handles heat up along with the pan. Show her these links for a laugh.


Amazon.com: Customer Reviews: Wolfgang Puck 20-Piece Cookware Set


Amazon.com: Customer Reviews: Wolfgang Puck Stainless Steel Cookware Set - 18 Pc
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Old 10-24-2012, 10:31 AM   #135
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Wow...bad reviews. Tell her to research big purchases in the future.

Other people say everything sticks, they rust immediately, several lids have exploded and the handles heat up along with the pan. Show her these links for a laugh.


Amazon.com: Customer Reviews: Wolfgang Puck 20-Piece Cookware Set


Amazon.com: Customer Reviews: Wolfgang Puck Stainless Steel Cookware Set - 18 Pc

I call them Wolfgang Stuck. They have held up fine and don't have any rust issues. Everything does stick to them and the handles do heat up as fast as the pan. I given her enough sh!t about them so I guess I'll pile on somemore.
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