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Old 07-15-2005, 12:13 PM   #11
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I've heard some negative facts about Teflon products recently and this just confirms it. I am very sorry about your loss, Mr. BBG Fish and thank you for letting people know your story. Not long ago I also overheated my Teflon pan chasing a bug in my place. It wasn't for long but the stove was on high and it made this strange smell. It took me a while to get rid of that stinge. Fortunately I didn't get sick from it but it concerned me greatly since it was not long after I had heard about a possible connection between cancer and some chemical material they use for the surface of Teflon stuff. At this point I am so tempting to just throw them away even though it's a lot to sacrifice...
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Old 07-15-2005, 06:00 PM   #12
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Do you guys know about sticking those pans in the oven? How hot is too hot?
Just like everyone else is saying it really depends on the manufacturer.
I now have Caphalon One Annodized, and i don't recall seeing a suggested max temperature in the instructions? But they do say it can go under the broiler.
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