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San Francisco Open Crepe Pan, 11"

The Original Green Pan

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San Francisco Open Crepe Pan, 11"

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Made of:
Thermolon rocks-coated aluminum
Size:
19.49" x 11.42" x 2.64"
Color:
black
Care:
Do not use steel wool or nylon scrubbing pads. Do not use oven cleaner or any cleaner that is abrasive or which contains chlorine bleach. Not induction safe.

Why We Love This

It's not often that a piece of cookware is both sleek and sustainable. This pan marries design with function, creating a durable, must-have piece for the environmentally conscious chef. Thermolon ceramic technology is a natural, non-stick mineral-based coating, free of PTFE, silicone oil and other potentially dangerous chemicals. Manufactured without PFOA and applied in an environmentally friendly way, this pan produces 60% less carbon dioxide emissions than normal cookware. Not a pro in the kitchen? No problem. If you accidentally overheat your pan, even up to 450°C/850°F, no toxic fumes will be released and the coating will not blister or peel.

About The Original Green Pan

Five years ago GreenPan pioneered and offered consumers a safe and healthy alternative to traditional PTFE non-stick. GreenPan cookware, with breakthrough Thermolon ceramic non-stick coating, was the first environmentally friendly, PTFE-free non-stick cookware available since the introduction of non-stick technology in 1938.

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