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Old 09-28-2013, 12:56 PM   #1
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Picked up a couple T-Fal Professional 12.5 inch non-stick fry pans at Canadian Tire today. On sale for $35 ( they claim regular $99 - B.S. ).
Anyway, these were recommended by America's Test Kitchen as best value, since non-stick only lasts a couple years or so.

Nothing else to do in the rain and wind.

Except, come up with something to store non-stick in for travel so the non-stick surface isn't destroyed. I'm open to ideas. Checked out bubble-wrap and padded envelopes, but not large enough, too expensive, won't last.
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Old 09-28-2013, 01:06 PM   #2
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We have 3 very short in height shelves, basically frying pan thick, under the sink in our Scamp for the 3 we carry. We have a fourth shelf below that for the posts. All made of 1/4 inch plywood. Can be seen under Modifications/Preparing a 1991 Scamp post 280.
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How about a paper plate in between each pan? That would prevent scratches and the cost is low.
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We used to have a single shelf for the frying pans and used paper towels between them. Individual shelves are easier, just grab the pan you want. Paper in itself is slightly abrasive, you shouldn't wipe your eyeglasses with it though I doubt it would have much effect on the teflon.
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Mine tend to be stored on edge, so probably a dish-towel is the best solution.
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I cut a square of the thicker type shelf liner large enough that all of the surface of the pans is covered. Works well. Like this but you can find deals at Ikea, Dollar stores or Big Lots.
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I made a bag with cordura and velcro. Worked so far going on 8 years.
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Mine tend to be stored on edge, so probably a dish-towel is the best solution.
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Cloth or silicone potholder (multi-use as potholder, jar opener, trivet and non-stick pan protector)! See silicone type below.

Le Creuset 4-in. Silicone Mini Cool Tool Set, 2-piece White | cutleryandmore.com

We are very happy with a 10" non-stick fry pan with folding handle from R.E.I. Because we don't travel/cook constantly we expect it to last a long time. The folding handle helps with storing in small space along with the nesting pots. Note: The photo shows the old frying pan we have since replaced.
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I find with ss cookware, if you pour water on it while it is still hot, it cleans as good as non stick and you do not need to worry about any side effects and you can stack it without protection or worry.
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and you do not need to worry about any side effects
According to Are Teflon coated pans harmful?
you have to heat the pan to 260 degrees Celsius ( 500 F ) to release any gases ( by that time, your omelet is ashes ).
So, I'm not worried about side effects. I expect consumer protection would step in if it was anywhere as dangerous as baby cribs. After all, you couldn't import Kinder Eggs into the U.S. until now.
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Well with the current government shutdown, I'm not sure I'd rely on them being my watchdog. I'm curious, what is the temperature of your pan while cooking, I have no way of measuring mine.
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I have never measured the pan. Instructions are to use medium high heat. The T-Fal also has the indicator to tell you when it is hot enough.
It appears that the "gassing" issue came up from somebody putting the pan on the stove and then going for a shower or something. Basically, they cooked it.
Some won't use anything with Teflon, but they still drive cars. Can't help them.
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We just use our dish towels and plastic bags for packing material. The bags eventually become trash bags.
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We just use our dish towels and plastic bags for packing material. The bags eventually become trash bags.

X2 here! Another good thing about using a store bag is if you forget to wash the pan before the water gets turned off( did cause a little upset at DH,for that one)you just put it in the bag till the next camp sight or home.

The small kitchen towels work good,use them at camp and replace with clean one as you use the pan.That way your towels get rotated.
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Use cast iron I used the pot holder/ towels.. but mostly cast iron and stainless steel camping pans. I have Teflon camping cookwear that nest together.
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I have to weigh the pros and cons.
I removed my cast iron pans to save weight, but this new 12.5 inch T-Fal Professional fry pan is made with a stainless steel base and is no lightweight itself. I shall dig out my kitchen scale and see just how much weight I'm saving.
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This link give 13 good reasons to own a cast iron skillet. I find the skillet is worth it's weight while camping or at home and it has non-stick qualities when seasoned and cleaned properly. A 10" is plenty big for 2 while camping.
Amazing Blueberry Pancakes And 13 Other Reasons To Own A Cast Iron Skillet! | One Good Thing by Jillee
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