MYTH #14: You should not store food in a nonstick pan in the refrigerator.

There is no problem with using a nonstick pan to store food in the refrigerator that you have cooked, but did not serve.

Nonstick coatings are inert, so they will have no effect whatsoever on the condition of the food or its flavor.

The only possible inconvenience, of course, is the size of the pan and the handle, which can occupy more space than a normal plastic storage pack. But people have been using nonstick pans to store food ever since nonstick pans came out.

Just remember that air can damage the food, so you should make sure that the pan is covered to help preserve the contents.
 
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More Common Myths About Nonstick Coatings

MYTH #14: You should not store food in a nonstick pan in the refrigerator.

There is no problem with using a nonstick pan to store food in the refrigerator that you have cooked, but did not serve.

Nonstick coatings are inert, so they will have no effect whatsoever on the condition of the food or its flavor.

The only possible inconvenience, of course, is the size of the pan and the handle, which can occupy more space than a normal plastic storage pack. But people have been using nonstick pans to store food ever since nonstick pans came out.

Just remember that air can damage the food, so you should make sure that the pan is covered to help preserve the contents.

 

 

 
 
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