Safe cookware? Orgreenic?

by Em

I know that non-stick cookware is not safe for birds, and I have read about some alternatives, but I really do like things not sticking to my pans. I've heard about Orgreenic cookware, does anybody else know about these and if they are safe for birds?

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Aug 18, 2012
Safe for Birds
by: Sheryl

To answer your question, yes, the orgreenic pans are perfectly safe for birds and any other critters you may have. Any pans created with the new "ceramic-bonded" technology are safe for birds.

However, I have to agree with the prior answer that the NuWavePIC pans are superior (no aluminum). I also LOVE the NuWavePIC magnetic heat induction cooktops! I cannot say enough great things about them; I highly recommend them. If you do intend ever to order the induction cooktops, then the NuWave pans are obligatory, because the induction cooktops work only with solid steel pans. The pans you use *must* be magnetic. I tried using my RevereWare pans, but apparently, the copper-clad bottoms are just thick enough that they are not magnetic and don't work. So the aluminum-based Orgreenic pans won't work on the NuWavePIC induction cooktops.

Mar 12, 2012
I suggest PerfectGreen pans if you own birds
by: Tracie

OrGreenic cookware has a ceramic surface over an aluminum body. This means that it presumably won’t flake, scratch or wear-off into your food.

A scientist friend of mine says the aluminum molecules are small enough to seep through anything when heated.

If I were going to use something besides my cast iron pans, I would use the PerfectGreen pans.

The PerfectGreen™ Fry Pan features a Duralon coating that is 100% free of PTFE, PFOA, Cadmium and BPA. The Nuwave Perfect Green pan is made out of a high quality 18/10 stainless steel all natural coating and double layer of diamond infused nano-ceramic duralon coating.

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