Kilne Everything Pan Review 2022

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I have always taken care of my personal health, such as my weekly walks and workouts, and prioritizing my mental well-being. After the US Environmental Protection Agency confirmed the prevalence and toxicity of harmful “forever chemicals”, a group of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances known as PFAS often found in non-stick cookware, I decided the least I could do was trade in my old cookware for better items that brought me more peace of mind.

I started by investing in mostly stainless steel pots and pans. These are great for all kinds of foods, including soups, sauces, and some meats (big shout out to Heritage Steel, where most of my stainless steel cookware comes from). That said, stainless steel isn’t always the easiest to cook with as sometimes food can stick to the surface and I don’t always have time to properly extinguish.

But in my quest to swap out all of my potentially toxic nonstick pans, I worried I wouldn’t be able to enjoy that easy, fluffy cooking experience (think: eggs that slide right out, fish that’s perfectly crispy but no pan grip. , and baked vegetables that retain their full flavor and shape). But to my delight, I discovered Kilne’s Everything Pan about two months ago and the proof is in the dishes.

True to its name, I’ve used it for everything from too easy eggs and salmon to fried mushrooms and grilled cheese. It’s a beautiful 12″ ceramic pan that proves I can have my non-toxic cookware and enjoy simple, mess-free cooking. Not only is it super easy to cook with this pan, but cleanup is virtually non-existent. Nothing sticks to the surface – and I really mean nothing. I just use a little dish soap and give it a go with a cleaning brush to degrease, then rinse and dry.

Unlike traditional non-stick cookware that may be of concern, this pan is free from PFAS, nickel and other heavy metal components. That doesn’t detract from the non-stick ceramic surface, though – the “double-release technology” means you don’t need to use as much oil or fat when cooking. I’ve even sautéed and “fried” foods with no oil – it’s that non-stick! The ceramic surface also lends itself to extreme hardness making the pan less likely to scratch or corrode – although you should still never use metal tools with the pan.

Given all the benefits above, I wouldn’t care if the pan was absolutely horrendous. But luckily it’s not – it is lovely. It comes in three shades – a soft green called Sage, an all-in-one black called Peppercorn, and Meringue, the cream color I have. Each pan has a 9 inch stainless steel handle and a matching lid with a stainless steel knob.

Overall, the Kilne’s Everything Pan feels super sturdy, cooks like a dream, offers great peace of mind, and basically requires no cleanup. What more can you ask for?

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