MYTH #10: You should not use metal utensils on nonstick coatings.

Advancements in technology have made it possible to use metal utensils on many nonstick-coated products.

Top-of-the-line coatings will stand up to almost anything, including metal utensils. But be careful: Even though you can use metal utensils to stir, flip or turn your food while cooking, even the best nonsticks are not indestructible. Rough treatment is discouraged, such as cutting food in the pan (a common mistake many consumers make).
 
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MYTH #10: You should not use metal utensils on nonstick coatings.

Advancements in technology have made it possible to use metal utensils on many nonstick-coated products.

Top-of-the-line coatings will stand up to almost anything, including metal utensils. But be careful: Even though you can use metal utensils to stir, flip or turn your food while cooking, even the best nonsticks are not indestructible. Rough treatment is discouraged, such as cutting food in the pan (a common mistake many consumers make).

 

 

 
 
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