Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Ozeri Green Earth Pan Review!

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Do you have a favorite pan, one you find yourself looking for every time you need a pan? I was given the chance to try out the new Ozeri Green Earth Pan and I am sold!

The Ozeri Green Earth Pan is coated in natural ceramic and is absolutely free of PTFE, PFOA and other harmful chemicals! These toxic chemicals are found in many non-stick pan coatings and release at high temperatures, so they leach into your foods. Using the Green Earth Pan and its ceramic coating, even under high temperatures, no toxic fumes are ever released!  

When you cook with this pan, because it conducts heat much more efficiently, you can cook at a lower setting. You food is still cooked just as fast, but because of the heat induction, you won't need the additional heat. This pan cooks so evenly, you can get the same results frying a burger on the outer edge as you would in the middle!

The Greblon ceramic coating prevents your food from sticking. This allows for your food to cook evenly while using about half of the oils that you ordinarily would.  Less oils mean fewer calories and everyone needs to cut calories where they can! The ceramic coating is also durable and scratch resistant. The pan features a silicone handle, which is very comfortable. This pan is a nice weight -- not too heavy and not too light. In addition to all the amazing features above, these pans also look good! Just check out the bottom -- it looks like a piece of art!   
Your satisfaction is guaranteed. You can find the Ozeri Earth Pan on their website HERE and on Amazon HERE. In my opinion these pans are worth their weight in gold!

Disclosure:  I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
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1 comment:

  1. I have two ceramic pans by someone else and just love them. They are truly non-stick as long as you don't use them with too high of a setting to ruin the coating.


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