No Teflon NON STICK Clay Tawa (magic pan) with Food grade coating


What if you can get same advantages of non stick combined with health benefits of earthen ware ?
No more harmful Teflon coating. India has a long history of using earthen ware which we were definitely more healthier cookware options compared to today’s aluminium and Teflon coated materials. Research has shown many drawbacks of using these modern cookwares such as drastic reduction is nutritional values of food cooked over them, and earthen ware used from ages has proved to be much more superior health wise.

Designed and developed by Mansukhbhai Prajapati (44), a traditional clay craftsman, under the brand MITTICOOL

To buy online and know more about the product  – http://www.craftsvilla.com/magic-pan.html


Some characteristics of this clay pan –

 

  • Saves up to 25% of gas.
  • Gives natural taste.
  • Every kind of breads like roti, parantha, nan, pizza, dosa, wrap can be cooked with minimum oil making the food healthy.
  • It comes with a stand which protects it from breaking due to mishandling.
  • Food grade coating instead of Teflon chemical is used for healthy and hygienic food experience.
  • Non-stick coating provides low oil cooking facility.
  • Non-stick surface prevent to sticking of food at bottom.
  • Food grade Non Stick gives a healthy food.
  • Clay generates a unique taste to the foods.
  • Life of Non Stick is equal to conventional coated tawas.
  • Cheaper cost makes it affordable.
  • Available in 7″ and 9″ diameter

Want to know more about cookwares and there effects – http://www.care2.com/greenliving/dangers-of-cookware-safe-alternatives.html

2 Responses to No Teflon NON STICK Clay Tawa (magic pan) with Food grade coating

  1. Nellie Hoeft says:

    Hi Gaurav – Because there’s so much misinformation out there about the Teflon® brand, I’m not surprised that you are concerned. I’m a representative of DuPont, and want to share some information with you and your readers so that everyone can make truly informed decisions.

    Global regulatory agencies have affirmed that Teflon® nonstick coatings are safe for their intended use: http://www.epa.gov/oppt/pfoa/
    Here’s an article where the bottom line is that you can use Teflon® nonstick without worry.
    http://www.fluoropolymer-facts.com/PFOA/mythlist.cfm?navItemNumber=4042
    I’d truly be glad to share additional information if you are interested, and appreciate your consideration of this comment. Cheers, Nellie.

    • Hi Nellie,
      i am so glad you replied to the post, and took time to make us aware of the myths circulated, i truly appreciate efforts of your company in reaching customers and dealing with them directly in one to one conversation. Its a world of perception and we have our own, whatever i posted was from my limited knowledge i have gathered and presented it to people, i am completely open to new ideas, perceptions and even myth busting.

      It would be great if we could host a discussion on this, and let us invite more people to it, i am always in the favor of healthy dialog and discussion as it benefits everyone.

      As this website is for promoting alternative products, with special focus on sustainability. and we are building phase still adding lot more products, havn’t really shared it in our networks, waiting for more data to be uploaded and more posts.
      Once it is launched properly we would like to invite you and and you other experts to host a discussion on facebook on our page https://www.facebook.com/Jugaadibility .

      How do you feel about this idea ??
      do let me know.

      regards
      gaurav

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