Question #10: Is it all right to use metal utensils on nonsticks?

Some manufacturers of higher-end nonstick cookware say you can use metal utensils. But remember that all nonsticks will perform better and last longer if they are cared for. It's better to use wooden or plastic utensils, which are far less likely to scratch.



 
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Question #10: Is it all right to use metal utensils on nonsticks?

Some manufacturers of higher-end nonstick cookware say you can use metal utensils. But remember that all nonsticks will perform better and last longer if they are cared for. It's better to use wooden or plastic utensils, which are far less likely to scratch.




 
 
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