Granite Stone Cookware

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BrianGSDTexoma

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I have had that Red set you see in my post for 3 years now. I have been asked a few times about how I like them. Paid $114 for a 16 piece set. I just love these. Also have a couple other Granite pans I bought before that set. They have all held up very well. They are still non stick. They have kind of a rough bottom but what ever it is it works. Sure have come a long way from those Teflon pans that only last a few months. They had a great deal on a set last week but did not want to upset anyone by posting. I think it is OK if not posting the link but figure better off just to not post those sales anymore.
 
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I only have one nonstick pan. Most of mine are clad stainless or cast iron. As to nonstick, I have had several brands over the years but none lasted all that well. I did have a Granite stone but it didn’t last long, had those copper colored ones they didn’t last long, then bought a Blue Diamond brand one but the cheaper aluminum one, my boys destroyed that one from abuse, so I bought another but this time in stainless. Very good pan and can even use metal utensils in it. Great technology.
 
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I only have one nonstick pan. Most of mine are clad stainless or cast iron. As to nonstick, I have had several brands over the years but none lasted all that well. I did have a Granite stone but it didn’t last long, had those copper colored ones they didn’t last long, then bought a Blue Diamond brand one but the cheaper aluminum one, my boys destroyed that one from abuse, so I bought another but this time in stainless. Very good pan and can even use metal utensils in it. Great technology.
I tried some of the cheaper SS but everything sticks like crazy and gave up. I guess need to buy better ones. I do love my cast iron except I have to clean it as soon as you get done using it. They a lot harder to clean after they cool off. I guess I been lucky with these Granite pans I have but they don't get abused as its just me using them.
 
To help make stainless stick less evaporate a couple of tablespoonfuls of white vinegar in them, it will last awhile before you have to do again. I bought 2 set of cookware and think the name was curtis stone , 6-8 years now and still doing good, 1 is a nesting set with short handles to take up less space in my camper. would buy again.
 
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I too have gone thru a bunch of non stick pans & they only last as non-stick for a short time. Then I saw an ad on TV for the Ninja foodie never stick pan. Bought 2 & they are the best. If I needed a full set of pans I would buy these. They will work on gas, elec., & induction.
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I have had that Red set you see in my post for 3 years now. I have been asked a few times about how I like them. Paid $114 for a 16 piece set. I just love these. Also have a couple other Granite pans I bought before that set. They have all held up very well. They are still non stick. They have kind of a rough bottom but what ever it is it works. Sure have come a long way from those Teflon pans that only last a few months. They had a great deal on a set last week but did not want to upset anyone by posting. I think it is OK if not posting the link but figure better off just to not post those sales anymore.
I have a pair of granite stone 5 qt pans and love them. I didn't even get super fancy ones and though I've had heavier duty feeling pans, these have a reinforced base on the outside (the metal plate with rings kind) so they don't warp and warm and heat like a charm.

I'd buy them again in a heartbeat and I think the price point was very good to begin with as well!
 
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