Green Living Clay Cookware

We transferred from Arizona to Texas. But, our house things didn’t keep AZ for pretty much 30 days. We attempted to stay in accommodations but with a toddler, that didn’t last long! So we asked if they would be willing to fund some requirements as opposed to a hotel. They agreed and we went to Walmart.

We picked up air beds, disposable dishes, and several toiletries. Then we went to your kitchen section. Once we surely got to the cookware fence, we looked over our options. We determined to check out the clay cookware. You will want to? We’ve never tried it before and it only has to last until our house things come pan zonder anti aanbaklaag. So we decided Green Living clay cookware. It came in a 12 item collection (pots, skillets, tops, and utensils).

To tell the truth, I didn’t have lots of belief this clay material would be that great. I’ve used metal (love), copper (love but WAY also expensive), throw metal (good for camping), teflon (not therefore significantly but great in a pinch), stoneware (love but nothing designed for stove), and some unknowns. I realized this is yet another fad. What could clay offer that I didn’t curently have with another options? But hi, everything justifies one try. So we bought it.

And am I glad we did! They’re fantastic!


* dishwasher safe

* baby evidence

* gets hotter rapidly – We really burnt our first order of scrambled eggs since it heated up therefore quickly.

* cooks food evenly

* non-stick – Virtually non-stick. Our burnt scrambled eggs slid right off. We didn’t need to wash it down or anything. We only added more eggs and gone on with our breakfast.

* goes from oven to range without any problem


* If clay gets damaged, the pot/skillet is rendered unusable. With a crack, processor or extend in the clay, then your clay won’t temperature evenly.

* Unsure simply how much “defeating” it may take. To date, however, it’s survived our toddler.


Before you learn the time for heat, start applying low temperature and improve slowly as needed. This is specially the case for sauces and dishes that want herbs/spices to generate into the food. To ensure that that to happen, the bowl must prepare slowly and at a low heat. So, you need to be sure and change heat accordingly considering that the clay gets hotter fast and gets warmer than “regular” pots/skillets.

Once the cookware is not used, you should ensure that it generally does not get chipped/cracked while in the cabinet. Save yourself the cardboard inserts from your box and utilize them to set up between the pots/skillets. This can help keep the clay from getting damaged.