Martha Stewart Collection GreenPan™ Cookware

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Martha Stewart GreenPan collection

The innovative GreenPan from the Martha Stewart Collection uses a nonstick technology called Thermolon™, which promises to offer superior food release and performance at extreme temperatures — up to an amazing 824 degrees. Thermolon is an environmentally-friendly alternative to standard PTFE nonstick surfaces that you find in many pots. You can even put these pots in the oven, and they are very easy to clean. The cooking surface emphasizes great taste and an environmentally friendly future. Limited lifetime warranty.

Price: $19.99-$39.99

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  • Lona McCallister November 5, 2009, 11:24 am

    How do you clean these pans? What substance is used to take off burnt discoloration from cooking?

  • Sandie Swanson November 28, 2009, 2:39 pm

    I’ve had success with baking soda on the pan and some warm water on a paper towel. A thorough rub over the affected surface followed by a quick wash and my pans return to good as new.

  • neil upfalow November 13, 2010, 3:40 pm

    GREAT COMMENT Sandy, you saved my green pans. I did just like you said, baking soda and a moist paper towel rub. The discoloration went away. i’m not sure if it’s as slick as it was when new. I coated and rubbed in some peanut oil help it. What’s the best way to keep it as non stick as possible and/or return it to its former glory of non-stickyness ?

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