MYTH #13: You do not have to season a nonstick pan.

You should always season new nonstick cookware before using.

To season it for the first time, lightly rub cooking oil onto the nonstick surface, then heat the cookware over medium heat for two or three minutes. When the pot or pan cools, sponge it gently with a mild detergent in warm water and rinse clean. It's ready to go.

How frequently you season it really depends on whether you put your nonstick cookware in the dishwasher, where prolonged exposure to harsh cleaning agents removes any seasoning already done. If you don't put it into the dishwasher, you don't have to re-season. But, if you do, follow the same instructions given for the first seasoning of the cookware.
 
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More Common Myths About Nonstick Coatings

MYTH #13: You do not have to season a nonstick pan.

You should always season new nonstick cookware before using.

To season it for the first time, lightly rub cooking oil onto the nonstick surface, then heat the cookware over medium heat for two or three minutes. When the pot or pan cools, sponge it gently with a mild detergent in warm water and rinse clean. It's ready to go.

How frequently you season it really depends on whether you put your nonstick cookware in the dishwasher, where prolonged exposure to harsh cleaning agents removes any seasoning already done. If you don't put it into the dishwasher, you don't have to re-season. But, if you do, follow the same instructions given for the first seasoning of the cookware.

 

 

 
 
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