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[The Bay] Zwilling Two-Pack Marquina Non-stick Frying Pans $54.99

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[The Bay] Zwilling Two-Pack Marquina Non-stick Frying Pans $54.99

Use code GIVE for extra 20% off
That's the lowest price for this 2-pk frying pan seems like, in the past deal you only get extra 10% off on the sale price of $69.99
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Awesome thanks! Been waiting for this sale again for gifts.
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Quick reminder, 2.5% through eBates.ca/Rakuten or 2.6% through GCR.ca.
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Question:Is this product free from ptfe or pfoa?
Answer:The non-stick coating contains PTFE. The frying pan is free from PFOA.
By Zwilling J.A. Henckels Canada … SELLER on February 26, 2019
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Not to crap on this post but from what I have read it seems that it would be a good idea to stay away from teflon products. Check out the documentary "The Devil We Know" and make your own decision. Personally I switched to All Clad stainless steel frying pans after seeing it. If you switch make sure to heat your pan before adding oil in order to get a stick free pan. Anyways, up to you. Look at the information and make an informed purchasing decision.
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12RB21 wrote: Quick reminder, 2.5% through eBates.ca/Rakuten or 2.6% through GCR.ca.
I usually find AP estore has the best rate for Hudson Bay. 4 miles per dollar, at least 4% - 5% return.
I love great flight deals, although it sucks that I only have 4 weeks of vacation per year 😢
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RaymondH88658 wrote: Do these work on induction cooktop?

no this does not work with induction cooktops. that's the difference between Marquina and Marquina Plus.
in the Amazon product descripton it references the Marquina Plus series bring induction ready, while the main product title does not have the "Plus". not sure which product they are selling.

here is the regular 9.5" Marquina pan from the Bay
https://www.thebay.com/zwilling-marquin ... 4302023799

here is the same but from the Marquina Plus series.
https://www.thebay.com/zwilling-marquin ... 4302023799
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lcmt wrote: Question:Is this product free from ptfe or pfoa?
Answer:The non-stick coating contains PTFE. The frying pan is free from PFOA.
By Zwilling J.A. Henckels Canada … SELLER on February 26, 2019
Whether it's pfoa and/or ptfe free is largely irrelevant. The chemical used to replace PFOA (GenX) is only slightly structurally different and just about as toxic.
This article also references the documentary mentioned by liftinpeanuts
https://www.ewg.org/release/epa-genx-ne ... t-replaced
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Great pans. Bought em during the last time they went on sale. Still non stick.
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These pans are amazing I have been using them regularly for 6 months.
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Krrrong wrote: Whether it's pfoa and/or ptfe free is largely irrelevant. The chemical used to replace PFOA (GenX) is only slightly structurally different and just about as toxic.
This article also references the documentary mentioned by liftinpeanuts
https://www.ewg.org/release/epa-genx-ne ... t-replaced
Doesn't seem like a reputable source for information...

These seem far more reputable and conclude the risk is negligible, in fact, we get higher exposure to those chemicals on a daily basis from sources other than from cooking materials

https://tibbs.unc.edu/ask-a-toxicologist-is-it-safe-to-use-teflon-pans/
https://www.scientificamerican.com/arti ... pans-safe/
https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/fi ... 4.2018.pdf

"How are people exposed to GenX chemicals and PFBS?
People can be potentially exposed to GenX chemicals and PFBS through a number of different
pathways, including drinking water, inhaling air, and consuming food wrapped in PFAS containing
products. "


the EPA article doesn't even mention food cooking/preparation as a pathway...

sorry, but the foil hats (and stainless steel cookware) won't protect you!

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