Summary

So remember:

You can use metal utensils on high-end nonstick coatings (just check the manufacturer's instructions). Burned-on food can easily be removed from a nonstick pan by soaking. Nonstick-coated pans can be put in the dishwasher, as long as the substrate and other fittings are also dishwasher safe. Check the manufacturer's instructions. You should season a nonstick pan before you use it for the first time. After that, if and when you season it is optional. You can store food in a nonstick-coated vessel in the refrigerator. Do not use nonstick cooking sprays on nonstick cookware. The color of a nonstick baking pan affects the baking process. Check baking instructions on how to alter the cooking time.
 
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Summary

So remember:

  • You can use metal utensils on high-end nonstick coatings (just check the manufacturer's instructions).
  • Burned-on food can easily be removed from a nonstick pan by soaking.
  • Nonstick-coated pans can be put in the dishwasher, as long as the substrate and other fittings are also dishwasher safe. Check the manufacturer's instructions.
  • You should season a nonstick pan before you use it for the first time. After that, if and when you season it is optional.
  • You can store food in a nonstick-coated vessel in the refrigerator.
  • Do not use nonstick cooking sprays on nonstick cookware.
  • The color of a nonstick baking pan affects the baking process. Check baking instructions on how to alter the cooking time.

 

 

 
 
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