Do chemicals from cooking in a nonstick pan get into your food?

Answer Chemicals from a nonstick pan can get into your food if the pan is allowed to get too hot. Temperatures over 500 degrees Fahrenheit cause the coating on nonstick cookware to breakdown, releasing ch... Read More »

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Do chemicals from cooking in a non-stick pan get into your food?

The chemicals on a non-stick pan, called perfluorooctanoic acid, can get into food, and at certain levels can cause health risks. One theory links PFOA levels and the increased risk of thyroid dise... Read More »

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Is cooking your own chinese food as nice as buying it from the shop?

no, you cant beat the chinese at their own game.

Is cooking in scratched nonstick pans dangerous?

On One Hand: Possible Increase in PFOANonstick pans contain perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) which can kill pets and cause flu-like symptoms in people when pans are heated at high temperatures. A Cons... Read More »