Olive Oil Pan
Olive Oil Pan is a pan infused with olive oil such that no foods stick to it and no oils are needed. The bottom of the pan is stainless steel and durable, transferring the heat across the whole of the pan in an even fashion. This ensures that all of your food is cooking evenly and equally without any hot spots on the pan that sear certain areas more than others. Said is the first pan in the world which is infused with olive oil.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Olive Oil Pan is $19.95 plus $6.95 shipping, for a total price of $26.9.
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- Use on Any Stove
You can use this pan on any type of cook top.
The pan is durable and fireproof, so no high heat will cause serious problems for you.
Non-toxic design means this pan is safe for use on all foods without the risk of any harmful plastics or chemicals leeching into your food. It is free from lead, cadmium, and PFOA.
- Dishwasher Safe
Once done, you can rinse it out with hot water. Then just place the pan in the dishwasher to be cleaned with ease.
- Ergonomic Handle
The handle is ergonomically friendly so you can cook for hours without succumbing to the pain of holding the pan.
- Unique Design
Olive Pan is a cooking pan infused naturally with olive oil, such that it gives you the same non-stick coating that cooking with regular olive oil does. This design claims to work so well that food never sticks to the bottom, that you will never need oil, and that food will slide right off when done.
- No Bad Oils
Traditional cooking oils like vegetable or canola oil are high in trans fats. They sound quite healthy, especially with the word “vegetable” in the title but they cause serious weight gain and come with an array of negative health effects. Certain cooking oils have omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids in them which are harmful to the body. Ingesting them in large quantities can lead to high cholesterol and cardiovascular dysfunction. Vegetable oil in particular has been shown to contribute to join pain and to cause inflammation. High rates of regular inflammation can increase depression, respiratory problems, and more.
- Healthy Olive Oil
Olive oil infused pans get rid of these oils and focus on healthier alternatives. The non-stick nature of the pans reduce the health impact of your cooking pans, reduce the cooking oils you ingest, and keep your body cleaner. What’s more, these pans are simple to clean and they will dry almost immediately after washing. Such oil is particularly good for you because of the high rates of monosaturated fatty acid it contains, which has been shown to reduce high blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, lower inflammation, and reduce hypertension.
- How Does the Olive Oil Work?
It is really not clear how the olive oil infusion works. While it is evident that the use of olive oil compared to other oils is better for your health. What remains to be seen with this pan is how the olive oil is infused in the top layer. Additionally, it remains to be seen how that olive oil is transferred to the food you are making. The company has claimed that nothing will ever stick to the pan which inadvertently suggests that the olive oil nonstick feature will never deplete or run dry.
Such a claim leaves many questions unanswered including how the olive oil is transferred, if at all. Additionally, why if there is there such a transfer does it never run out. Like many competing products, it might not work on high heat. One should consider that it might not even release any olive oil while cooking, which would mean that you are not getting any health benefits associated with the oil.
How It Works
Olive Pan, known as the Olive Oil Pan, is a special design infused with olive oil which makes it non-stick. The construction is not only grease free, but so strong that you can whisk right inside the pan without scratching it. There are purportedly five layers of something—what, we are not told—placed atop one another to form this pan. Olive oil is infused in the fifth and top layer. Designed with a stainless steel bottom, this pan functions similarly to other nonstick pans on the market.
T-Fal has a professional grade, nonstick pan that is safe to use in the oven and safe for dishwasher cleaning. Three sizes are available for this pan, and all three have anti-warp protection. The bottom of these pans are all designed with stainless steel which is responsible for even heat distribution across all of the food you prepare. Such a design is common among nonstick pans and meant to provide an evenly heated surface without hot spots.
CeraPan Perfect Grip is a ceramic pan that boasts non-stick guarantees and non-slip handles. The pan is a titanium infused pan which claims that no additional products like oils or butter are needed to cook foods perfectly on it. What’s more, it is safe to place in the oven if you want to bake something. The titanium infusion helps the user avoid foods sticking to the bottom of the pan while cooking.
- Copper Chef
Copper Chef has a pan that is not made of copper, but rather, of aluminum. It is a nonstick pan with a high heat threshold so you can cook hotter foods and even use direct flames on top for desserts. This design is one of more popular ones on the market, a popular as seen on TV brand. You can rely on the bigger size to hold more foods and fit things like two steaks at once.
Usefulness ranges and covers a variety of cooking options. When using, rest assured that it will prevent sticking and has a top coating to keep even burned food from becoming part of the pan. In spite of not being made from copper it is quite expensive.
- Gotham Steel
Gotham Steel is another non-stick pan that is sold online. It has a non-stick surface that works well enough, but not with high heat. Use of this pan works better in medium or low settings. Cleaning is simple and the product can be placed right in the dishwasher.
Unfortunately the results are not quite as effective as advertised and if you use high heat the food will likely stick to the bottom of the pan. Nonetheless it is a nice nonstick pan to keep in the house, but you will still need to use some sort of grease, spray, or butter on the pan to keep foods from sticking.