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Sneak Peek: NEW Gear Review - GreenPan Valencia Pro Nonstick Pan

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    Sneak Peek: NEW Gear Review - GreenPan Valencia Pro Nonstick Pan


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    GreenPan Valencia Pro Nonstick Pan, by Meathead
    https://amazingribs.com/greenpan-valencia-pro

    Comes in 8" and 12" individually, or as a set with lids. See it in action on Meathead's new decadent French omelet recipe, video included!

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    #2
    Sometimes I have thoughts of buying a nonstick pan. Then it passes.

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    • Meathead
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      read the review, watch the video. i was blown away.

    • Attjack
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      Oh, I did and don't doubt it's a great nonstick pan. Like I said, sometimes I have thoughts of buying one and f I do your recommendation will likely be at the top of my list.

    #3
    Bought the set myself, greatly looking forward to being able to make eggs properly (I'm not good at frying pans). Better yet my son making omelets for me. He's great at omelets. We often have pulled pork and brisket left over and they both make outstanding omelets.

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      #4
      Here's my omelet pan. It's $14.88

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      https://www.amazon.com/Lodge-Griddle.../dp/B00008GKDN

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      • Attjack
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        Once it's seasoned Just make sure you use an adequate amount of butter and your eggs will be as if they're on a slip-n-slide.

      • SheilaAnn
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        This is the tortilla and pita bread pan!

      • Attjack
        Attjack commented
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        It's my most used and an all-around pan for me. Anytime I don't need high sides or a bigger pan I reach for it.

      #5
      After watching Meathead 's omelet video, I told my long suffering wife that a set of those pans would be a great early Christmas gift idea, maybe even for Halloween . My current omelet pan is almost ready to bite the dust, but to be fair, I have used it A LOT, like twice a week for umpteen years. So I really do NEED a new pan(s).

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        #6
        I just bought this one on prime day. Waiting for it to arrive!

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        • SheilaAnn
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          fzxdoc $24.99 for 8”

        • fzxdoc
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          Wow, that's quite a deal, SheilaAnn . Thanks. I'll lie low and hope to score one in a future sale.

          K.

        • SheilaAnn
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          fzxdoc finally used it for the first time this morning. OMG, this pan is amazing. I think I will start wrapping it in an Egyptian Cotton towel to prevent damage.....🤪

        #7
        I watched the video, Meathead . Pretty darn seductive. Never thought I'd have feelings like that for a pan and a couple of eggs.

        Seriously, though, thanks for the nice video and the tip on those pans. Wish I had seen the Prime Day offer. The set is currently taking a rest in my Amazon cart, waiting for me to justify buying another couple of pans.

        Kathryn

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        • Huskee
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          I had ~$25 built up in Amazon Card points. I pay it off each mo so there's no interest and the 'discount' made me spring into action. Otherwise I'd have deliberated much longer. They aren't cheap, compared to T-Fal anyway.

        #8
        I like non stick pans for cooking eggs. The one problem I’ve found with all non stick pans is after 8 months to a year no matter how good the quality is at the start they just stop working.

        I’ve had $20 pans and I’ve had $100 pans. And after using them a couple times a week for a year they just don’t work how they did when I got them.

        I’ve just been buying a $20 ceramic non stick and use it for a year then I’ll get another one.

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        • Attjack
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          That's what I've seen a lot of people in the know recommend. Buy an inexpensive non-stick and replace it each year.

          https://www.seriouseats.com/2017/02/...-are-best.html

        • N227GB
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          I've been using a set of these for over a year and they're still going strong:
          https://www.amazon.com/T-fal-Heatmas.../dp/B07G62L7BZ

          They claim they're dishwasher safe and you can use metal utensils but I baby them and wipe them with a little bit of flaxseed oil after washing.

          When they're ready to be replaced I'll try the GreenPan.

        • Huskee
          Huskee commented
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          We used to buy new T-Fal every 2-3 years, but we needed new ones about every year, we just suffered through the next year or two with aging pans. I hope to get more life outta these. Meathead loves his.

        #9
        I'd love to have one of these pans. The truth is that my family has no respect for cookware and would destroy the surface within a month. I've given up on the lot of em'. If I had a crash pad none of them knew about I'd stock it with every size of these pans they make.

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        • jfmorris
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          I feel your pain! I cannot tell you how many times I've found family members scraping and scratching the non-stick cookware with metal utensils. I tossed all of it last year and got OXO 12" and 8", and so far, knock on wood, they are holding up.

        #10
        Next time I buy a non-stick skillet, it will be one of these. Unfortunately, about a year ago I started replacing cookware, and got Oxo Pro 12" and 8" non-sticks, that are still holding up really well a year later. When it is time to replace them, I'll go ceramic.

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        • Huskee
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          You say "unfortunately" the Oxos are holding up. Do you not like them? I've always known Oxo to be really good stuff.

        • jfmorris
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          Huskee haha - bad choice of words. We really like the Oxo pans. I just meant unfortunate in that I won’t get to try ceramic until these wear out...

        • Huskee
          Huskee commented
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          Roger that!

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