Who knew non-stick came with toxic chemicals 🧪 #shorts #stainlesssteel #nonstick #chemical

Who knew non-stick came with toxic chemicals 🧪 #shorts #stainlesssteel #nonstick #chemical


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  1. @Omgitssoup
    @Omgitssoup says:

    Yet home cooking temps don't get hot enough to break down pfas and even if it did, ill take the extremely low if any negative effect and lose a year or two out if my life over spending significantly more on stainless steel and then even having to spend more time and money on seasoning a pan. Teflon pans just work better for anything delicate cuz I don't have to put any energy or thought into getting the result I want.

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  2. @nyverinorlyth9555
    @nyverinorlyth9555 says:

    The fumes are toxic, the coating itself is very unreactive, you can digest it without any harmful effects. But the the coating breaks down at high heat, so don't heat it too much in which case it would toxic.

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  3. @alexisacevedo8016
    @alexisacevedo8016 says:

    It is more easy to solve this dilema, buy a small to medium non-stick skillet for eggs and all its preparation and stainless for all other preparations like steaks adding a little oil, How many foods are you cooking on mora than 8 in the stove??…SOLVED! 🤔

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  4. @Bocephus_92
    @Bocephus_92 says:

    You absolutely do not need to do this with stainless steel flat tops or pans. There’s a reason why people switch from cast-iron to stainless steel. You don’t have to go through all that bullshit.

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  5. @danm94
    @danm94 says:

    Don't do that please. That high heated film is something you don't want to touch your food with. Just preheat your pan before add oil for a minute or 2 and you're good to go.

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