Cuisinart GG26-30H GreenGourmet Hard-Anodized Nonstick Stir-Fry Wok with Glass Cover
- Stir-fry pan made of hard-anodized aluminum with ceramic-based nonstick coating
- Stay-cool riveted handles made from 70-percent recycled stainless steel
- Secure-fitting glass lid helps trap heat, moisture, and nutrients
- Hand wash; oven-safe up to 500 degrees F; broiler-safe
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
GG26-30H Features: -GreenGourmet Hard Anodized collection. -Exclusive Cuisinart Ceramica nonstick technology. -PTFE/PFOA-Free and petroleum-free ceramic-based non-stick interior helps to reduce oil consumption and preserve the environment. -Hard anodized pan construction provides superior heat conductivity, requiring less energy to achieve desired cooking temperature. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -4.25. Overall Width - Side to Side: -12.5. Overall Depth - Front to Back: -12.5. Overall Product Weight: -3.25.
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I've now been using these daily for four months and I am impressed. I understand that more time is needed to test overall durability, but in the interim, these pans are solid. If you like to cook, I can't suggest anything but nonstick pans. It is certainly worth the extra money for the actual cooking, ease of cleaning, and preservation of appearance.
This set has the basics, and you can find what is included in the product description. I like how quickly they heat, the lids (solid and fit multiple items), and the easy to hold handles. A good pan certainly makes a difference in the food you are eating.
I definitely recommend this product.
I bought other "green pans" that work much better!
This...was not so easy. You honestly cannot buy cookware without going to a store and trying them out/seeing them. That took two weekends and several stores. Plus, I had NO idea about the controversy surrounding non/stick vs. stainless steel, vs cast iron or ceramic. Here's what I found:
1. BFOA IS NO LONGER ON THE MARKET since 2012. (Teflon)
2. BTFE IS on the market and used in many--if not most--of non-stick cookware. (The other ingredient in Teflon)
3. The jury is still out on whether BTFE is dangerous or not.
4. Purchasing one set of cookware won't meet all of your needs--you need a mix.
5. In cookware, you have budget sets for under $50-75 and higher quality sets usually starting around $150 and going as high as $2000.
I wanted the middle--the bottom of the top half. I personally can't see spending $2K for cookware--I am NOT a chef.
Most of the higher quality sets are between $300-900. I still couldn't wrap my head around $300.
Only one set from my first review article on cookware sets to the end of my research appeared in all the ratings/reviews/articles.: Cuisinart GG-12 GreenGourmet Hard-Anodized Nonstick 12-Piece Cookware Set.
I LIKED the ceramic finish. I have SLE and am sensitive to just about everything now and can't risk chemical interactions from my cookware (I'm not an environmentalist, just a disabled, retired Mom). I needed non-stick for ease of use because of my disability. Stainless steel wasn't cutting it.
Seriously, it's the first time ever that I researched SO much that I confused myself. I was just going to give up and not purchase the cookware set. The next day, the price dropped that it was too good to pass up--lower cost/highest quality.
The pros are too long to list. It's top of the line to me. I only have one complaint that I really need to bring to the consumer's attention: If you have a large family, this set comes with smaller pieces. For example, the 6qt dutch oven and the 8in skillet. It does NOT include the 8qt dutch oven or a 10in and 12in skillet. It DOES have a 3 qt saute pan, but NOT the 5.5qt saute pan--which I need for a larger family. These items ARE available to purcase open stock--but that bumps the price up to close to $300 for the set you really need. I've purchased the 8qt dutch oven and love it. Next, I will purchase the 5.5qt saute pan.
However, for the skillets, I purchased another top of the line brand. I love them...but this set is easier for me to use because it's not so heavy and it cleans up SO easily!!! It's almost like you could just wipe it out and it's clean.
In the end, this set to me is much better than the pricier sets...it's just an excellent, excellent set of cookware. And the price is truly the best bang for your buck.