Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Ozeri Professional Series Induction Pan



Ozeri Professional Series Induction Pan in Black Onyx is exclusively made in the province of Brescia in northern Italy. Developed with the uncompromising goal of the safest and healthiest cooking, the Ozeri Induction Pan exceeds all European Union guidelines for safe cooking,  and is absolutely free of APEO and PFOA, and the lesser known chemicals NMP and NEP. Conventional pans often achieve their non-stick performance with the aid of PFOA (PerFluoroOctanoic Acid), a potential carcinogen which the EPA has classified as a 'persistent pollutant of the environment', and APEO (Alkylphenol ethoxylates), which are under restricted use in Germany due to environmental concerns about their poor biodegradability and toxicity.


    With the Ozeri Induction Pan, no such controversial chemicals are ever released. The Ozeri Induction Pan utilizes an inert coating that is also free of the lesser known but potentially harmful chemicals NMP (N-Methyl-2-pyrrolidone) and NEP (N-ethyl-2-pyrrolidone). The Ozeri Professional Series Induction Pan in Black Onyx is exemplary in its Italian craftsmanship, kitchen appeal, and inductive technology. Durable and scratch-resistant, the Induction Pan boasts exterior made from an aluminum core with a magnetized AISI 430 steel base plate for use with rapid heat-transfer induction stoves, allowing it to achieve cooking temperatures with less energy and time. Your satisfaction is guaranteed.

My Opinion: This pan works great and is 11” and I used this to cook with and it cooked my food really well and the size lets you cook a lot at once for a crowd of people if needed.  I like how it is also Eco-friendly and easy to clean by hand or using a dish washer.
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