The ORGREENIC Frying Pan Part 1: How To Season




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bob whatshisname: I have one of the double sided flapjack pans. It is brilliant and still going strong. I bought it years ago after all other coated pans kept loosing their non-stick coating. One thing people fail to understand is different oils have different properties and burning temperatures. I used rice bran or canola or olive oil. All have higher burning points than a lot of other oils. For seasoning pans or even cooking at higher temps, if you use something like vegetable oil you risk burning the oil and leaving a sticky residue all over the pan which basically wrecks your pan. The same can be said for many spray oils because of the additives in them which burn or destroy the non-stick surface.

joyfuljaj: i have "seasoned" on stovetop as well as in the oven. i had some of the beading up issues that left a sort of pebbly gummy texture on some of the pans (the cookie sheet ones) but they performed well when i cooked with them. They really have cleaned up much more easily than other pans. I am interested in the comparison to red copper.

GSXR RIDER: I've never seasoned it or washed with soap.
I just soak it in warm water after it cools a bit.
Still works great.

Nikki Vinson: I thought you had to add the oil around the pan and then stick in oven at 200 degrees for about 3 hours. Or am I remembering wrong??

jungle305: did you wash newly purchased ceramic skillet with liquid soup before seasoning or season first and then wash it with soup.

Mr Skull Top: Coconut oil?

Edward In Anaheim: I've had one for a year, looks perfect, no scratched but every thing sticks. my mistake was not saving the receipt, and buying it.

Nicole Bergstrom: Does anyone have scratch marks on their pan, and is that just a scratch or should I throw the pan out? (my eggs don't stick) Thanks !

Joe Ruda: it worked good the 1st week I had it. about the 2nd week, the egg stuck to the pan like a magnet sticking to a metal bar. it is junk!!!!! don't buy it!!

khricket: Olive oil has a low heat tolerance so I would use vegetable oil to season.

Becky Grant: It doesn't matter what you do, within 6 months your food will be sticking.

Carl Hezel: NEVER cook on high with OrGreenic it will wreck it. Cook on medium

David Ogle: I've Had One (Frying Pan)....For About A Year Now. No Problems, Until....A Few Weeks Ago: Heated The Pan, Added Oleo (Preparation For Grilled Cheese)...Added Slice Of Bread, Turned For A Minute...Smelled Burning Bread....Tried To Turn, STUCK To Pan.
Afterwards....Burnt Bread Residue, Still STUCK...Unable To Remove, Without Further Damage.
HOW TO REMEDY?

VirtualLife: That's strange that u have to season those things. It looks like a non-stick surface, kinda like teflon or ceramic or combination. I've heard alot of complaints that they stick, but some say they work well. How is it holding up for u after yrs of use ?

Trilok Agarwal: very good
helpfull

rafael diaz: IT CLEARLY SAYS VEGETABLE OIL NOT OLIVE OIL. I JUST BOUGHT ONE AND WILL USE VEGETABLE OIL.

Jim P: I have the complete. Using for over 3 years. Treat it with vegetable oil. Don't use metal spatulas. Re-treat about once a year.

Johnny Wheeler: My wife refuses to "season" hers.  The pan works great and does not stick.

Louise Sawyer: This was a wonderful skillet, for about eight months.  After that, the "seasoning" tip didn't work.  Sad,  so sad, when a once good product goes bad.

Kim Fenske: I use green ceramic pans for all of my cooking, in-house and camping.  I also season with olive oil a couple of times per year.  I have never had any problems with food sticking to my pans.  The ceramic pans are wonderful if you know how to cook.

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