What is a granitum coating and how does it compare to teflon and is it a lot less harmful than teflon, and how does it compare to anond

What is a granitum coating and how does it compare to teflon and is it a lot less harmful than teflon, and how does it compare to anondized iron nonstick cookware?

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  2. It is a brand name for a ceramic coating. It is probably safer than Teflon however the coating could chip. Where it chips it will allow food to stick therefore the pan will not last forever. I have 3 nonstick pan at home: small, medium and large. I use them only for eggs or other foods that might stick. Mostly I use stainless, cast iron, carbon steel, or a wok.

    10 Pcs Non Stick Cooking Set w/ Frying Pans & Saucepans

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  3. When we look at all the hype on all the different cookware over the last 100 years is it any wonder we question their safety today..Everything from aluminum cookwear/teflon, and hundreds of others pan finishes are now being questioned and being analyzed to death and we’re being told that yesnsome are or may be harmful..
    When it comes right down to it the oldcast iron skillet may still still be our best bet….

    Calphalon 10-Piece Pots and Pans Set, Nonstick Kitchen Cookware

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  4. I think you meant “granitium”, which is a made-up word, possibly a trade name.
    I find this article exhaustive and extremely useful. Nonstick Cookware Brands: PTFE or Ceramic? A Comprehensive Guide The information contained therein is far more complete than I can give here. In short, “granitium” is just another name for Teflon. Despite a lot of claims, Teflon is not inherently harmful unless you overheat it to over 400 F, and only if you breathe the fume.
    “Anodized” usually refers to aluminum, but iron can also be anodized. The anodizing process results in a very strong oxide (thus scratch and oxidation resistant) on the surface of the metal. These surfaces are not “non-stick” in the context of cookware.

    T-fal Ultimate Hard Anodized Nonstick 17 Piece Cookware Set

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