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Zwilling Spirit Cookware Set &#; Product Review

The Zwilling Spirit Cookware Set has been my steady kitchen companion for over a year now and I&#;d like to share my thoughts on this pots and pans set. I love kitchen purchases and am always excited to share new products with you. My practical and analytical sides, however, want to use the product, put it through a series of tests and then provide thoughtful, informed opinions. I purchased the Zwilling Spirit Cookware Set in December and you&#;ve probably seen me cooking with it in my videos. The Zwilling Spirit Cookware set replaced my much loved, but very tired, over-a-decade-old Analon anodized non-stick cookware set.

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Zwilling Spirit Cookware Set &#;  The Search for the Perfect Cookware Set

As with most major kitchen purchases, it&#;s an investment so I wanted a cookware set I would be happy with for many years. What I was looking for in a cookware set was fairly basic: Quality/Durability, Non-Stick Surface, and Essential Pots and Pans with options to add on to the set.

Quality/Durability &#; My Analon cookware was almost 15 years old when I retired it. I know things aren&#;t built to last anymore but if I could find a cookware set that would last for half that time, I&#;d be happy. Quality and durability mean good materials and craftsmanship: Cookware is sturdy and well-designed. Pot handles and lids are securely attached. Screws or bolts don&#;t come loose over time. Cookware finishes or coatings don&#;t peel or chip. Stainless steel that is truly rust or tarnish resistant.

Non-Stick Surface &#; I like cookware with non-stick surfaces. I don&#;t have to use as much oil (much healthier), and generally, cleaning is easier. Non-stick cookware technology has advanced quite a bit since the days of polytetrafluoroethylene (brand name Teflon). Hard Anodized, Ceramic, Marble and Porcelain Enamel surfaces are popular options. I&#;ve used anodized surfaces in the past and was interested in trying a different non-stick material.

Essentials with Options to Add On &#; I like the simplicity of purchasing a cookware set but knew I would need some additional pieces. I was looking for a line which offered a variety of one-off pieces to add to my collection.

After much research and consideration, I short-listed the selection to the following:

All-Clad Hard Anodized Nonstick Piece Cookware Set

Anolon Nouvelle Copper Hard Anodized Nonstick Piece Cookware Set

Zwilling Spirit Stainless Steel Ceramic Nonstick Piece Cookware Set

 

I researched many different cookware brands, considering high-end professional lines to inexpensive sets which I knew would have to be replaced in a few years. I also read a lot of online reviews and quickly realized the perfect cookware doesn&#;t exist. Even with some of the top-of-the-line brands, consumers were complaining about poor quality and durability and urged readers to consider less expensive brands.

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The Zwilling Spirit collection satisfied most of my requirements. I purchased the set from Macy&#;s during the December holiday sale for $ The cookware set included:

  • 8 inch fry pan
  • 10 inch fry pan
  • 6 quart Dutch oven with glass lid
  • 3 quart sauté pan with glass lid
  • 1 quart saucepan with glass lid
  • 2 quart saucepan with glass lid

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I also purchased the 8 quart Dutch oven and 4 quart saucepan to round-out the collection.

 

Zwilling Spirit Cookware Set &#; Thoughts a Year or so Later

It&#;s been 18 months since my purchase. I use the cookware daily and there are things I love and don&#;t love so much. They are as follows, in no particular order.

Good Heat Distribution &#; The cookware heats up very quickly and evenly. This is so important. Nothing is more frustrating than a pan with hot and cold spots and your food is cooked unevenly. FYI: I have a gas stove and read these pans work with induction heating as well.

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Non-Stick Surface &#; This ceramic-coated cookware is not the perfect non-stick surface. Food doesn&#;t just slide out of the pan as promoted. I&#;ve cooked a few things, like eggs, that just clung to the surface. Oiling the surface helps but it&#;s not my first choice. As much as I initially resisted using anything abrasive, I had to resort to using the scratchy-side of the sponge to remove sticky food bits.

Cleaning &#; The cookware set is dishwasher safe but I hand wash and dry the pans. (This just a personal preference as they take up too much room in the dishwasher.) When food is stuck to the pan, here&#;s my little trick: Fill the hot pan halfway with hot water. (Don&#;t put the pan in the sink and run cold water over it. This is not recommended as cold water may warp the pan.) Let the pan sit on the stove until it&#;s cool enough to handle but still warm. Clean the pan with soap and hot water. I find soaking the inside with hot water and washing the pan while it&#;s warm is really effective with removing sticky residue.

Hot Handles &#; The metal handles get hot. Pot holders are needed when touching the handles after extended cooking times.

Glass Lids &#; Love this! I&#;ve always had glass lids on my cookware and couldn&#;t imagine cooking without them. This was one of the reasons I didn&#;t pick the Anolon Nouvelle Copper Hard Anodized Nonstick Piece Cookware Set.

Non-Drip Pouring Rim &#; A design feature I really like. I didn&#;t have this feature on my last cookware set and remember what a mess it was to pour out liquids and sauces. It&#;s a seemingly minor feature until you need it! 🙂Zwilling Spirit Cookware Set - Making Caramel Sauce in the 1 Quart Saucepan | runawayrice.com

Solid and Weighty &#; The Zwilling Spirit Cookware Set is made with 3 ply stainless steel and it is weighty. Fill a 4 quart saucepan full and it&#;s too heavy for me to lift with one hand. Fill an 8 quart Dutch oven with soup bones and broth and it&#;s an upper body workout! 🙂

Made in Vietnam &#; I love that this cookware set is made in Vietnam even though Zwilling is a German company. Everything we buy made in Vietnam helps to provide jobs and support the local economy. The craftsmanship and quality of materials are impeccable. After unboxing, the sight of my shiny new cookware just made me giddy! 🙂

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Storing Pots and Pans &#; If you&#;re short on cabinet space and wish to stack the pans, use pan and pot protectors to prevent scratches. The handle and bolts on the pan will scratch the non-stick surface of another pan when stacked (yep, learned this the hard way!). An inexpensive solution to separate the cookware is to use old kitchen towels or Brillo Basics Reusable Wipes. Purchase a bag with 12 cloths for $1 at the Dollar Store.

Zwilling Customer Service &#; In the first year, the lid for my 2 quart saucepan had some rusting which I believed to be a defect. I contacted Zwilling Customer Service for a warranty request. I had to pay to ship the lid to their headquarters in New York. After 8 weeks, they sent back a brand new 2 quart pan and not just the replacement lid. The warranty process took a bit of time and it would have been nice if they paid for the shipping but they did replace my rusted lid with a new pan and lid. Overall, it was a positive customer service experience. (Zwilling cookware comes with a lifetime warranty against manufacturer&#;s defects. This, of course, does not include normal wear and tear.)

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Durability &#; Other than the two issues I mentioned above, the cookware set is holding up well, 18 months and counting. Some customers have complained about the non-stick surface chipping or peeling but I haven&#;t observed this with my set so this is good news. I don&#;t put my pots and pans in the dishwasher and I think this helps them last longer.

Zwilling Spirit Cookware Set &#; Would I Buy It Again?

Given the Zwilling Spirit Cookware Set met my initial (and ongoing) cooking needs and was reasonably priced, the answer is Yes. The Zwilling Spirit collection is a high-caliber cookware set that will last for many years. There are some product care &#;features&#; I&#;ve learned to accommodate but nothing I would consider extraordinary.

Buying the right cookware can be challenging. It really comes down to each individual&#;s needs, preferences and budget. Most stores (online and brick and mortar) have generous return policies so if you buy a set you don&#;t like, you can return it, even if used. Good Luck!

On a side note, my little sister needed new cookware right around the time I bought my set. I recommended to her the Anolon Advanced Hard Anodized Nonstick Piece Cookware. She wanted something light-weight with rubber handles and dishwasher safe. She loves the set. I&#;ve used it on multiple occasions as well. It&#;s a good, dependable set and worth a look if you have similar needs.

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Features


  • Ceraforce XTREME ceramic PTFE & PFOA-free nonstick coating is 50% longer lasting and 3x more durable

  • Mirror finish 18/10 stainless steel exterior, sturdy 3mm clad construction with aluminum core heats up evenly and quickly

  • Comfortable, riveted stay-cool handle offers maximum maneuverability

  • Oven safe up to °F; compatible with all cooking surfaces, including induction

  • Safe to use with metal utensils and 10x more scratch resistant

  • Made in Vietnam with a lifetime warranty, dishwasher safe; 12" diameter, 2" deep, " long overall with handle


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The Zwilling Clad CFX Stainless Steel Ceramic Nonstick Skillet is perfect for cooking omelets, quesadillas, sauteing vegetables, searing steaks, fish, poultry, and more. Zwilling Clad CFX features Ceraforce XTREME ceramic nonstick, a revolutionary coating that is 50% longer lasting and 3x more durable than our previous nonstick. When paired with the even-heating 3mm aluminum core, you'll enjoy perfectly browned and braised dishes that don't stick. Chef-friendly features include no-spill pour spouts and comfortable handles that allow for easy maneuvering while wearing oven mitts. All these perks and more make Zwilling Clad CFX a pleasure to cook with.

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Are you searching for a safer alternative for the health conscious, green and safe healthy cookware?

Then, the nonstick, chemical free Zwilling Ceramic Cookware is the most reliable option for you.

Zwilling Ceramic Cookware Review

If you’re searching in the market, you’ll find that the market is overwhelmed with a variety of ceramic cookware. Among them choosing the actual safest ceramic cookware is really a difficult task.

To make your job easier, we’ve picked Zwilling Spirit 3-ply PC Stainless Steel Ceramic Nonstick Cookware Set to review.

Zwilling Ceramic Cookwares are safe to use, easy to wash and maintain. This cookware has a lovely design that works practically on all surfaces from flat-top to glass top, from oven top to tabletop.

Go through our Zwilling Ceramic Cookware Review and have a better idea on the performance and durability of Zwilling Spirit 3-ply PC Stainless Steel Ceramic Nonstick Cookware.

Zwilling Ceramic Cookware Review

Zwilling Spirit 3-ply is a premium quality non-stick cookware with ceramic coating. It’s 3-mm thick aluminum core makes the cookware versatile and fast-heating. The handles are really exclusive that is designed to stay cool and easy handling.

And what about the rims?

The Flared rims are designed for easy and no-drip pouring that prevent kitchen drips. The lids are made of tempered glass that allows you to see through the cooking process.

  Great Features of Zwilling Cookware

Tri-Ply Construction

Zwilling Spirit features a tri-ply construction with an aluminum core that ensures a faster and more even heat conduction. The exterior of the cookware is made of 3mm thick magnetic stainless steel that performs safely and much better on all types of Cooktops including induction top. The stainless steel interior is coated with Thermolon ceramic coating that makes it non-sticky.

Eco-friendly

The specialty of this cookware is its inside layer.PTFE and PFOA-free nonstick ceramic coating produced with fewer emissions and ensured effortless food release and quick cleanup. Even when highly heated, it releases no toxic fumes. Less oil is required for cooking which is essential for a healthier diet. Thus, this environment-friendly cookware keeps your food non-toxic as well as healthy.

User-friendly

Zwilling Spirit comes with a lot of user-friendly features. Such as:

  • Lids- Made of tempered glass and tight-fitting through which you can effortlessly monitor your cooking process and food color changing during cooking.
  • Rims- The non-drip pouring design of the rims help to keep your kitchen mess to a minimum level.
  • Handles- The large, stainless steel rivets and handles are easy to maneuver, sturdy and stay cool that prevent burns.
  • Loops- The loops on the pots and lids are large enough that ensures easy grip even when you wear oven mitts.

Zwilling Ceramic Cookware set includes

  • 1-quart Saucepan with Lid
  • 2-quart Sauce Pan with Lid
  • 3-Quart Saute Pan with Lid
  • 6-quart Dutch Oven with Lid
  • 8″ Frypan
  • 10″ Frypan

Pros and Cons of zwilling cookware

Pros

  • Fast and even heat conduction
  • Extremely scratch-resistant
  • Solid and Sturdy
  • Free of PFOA and PTFE
  • Environmentally friendly
  • No toxic fumes are released when highly heated
  • Truly non-stick
  • Easy cleanup
  • Not too heavy

Why Zwilling Ceramic Cookware Best

Even in many cookware review sites, ZWILLING Spirit has been recommended as the best nonstick cookware. What are the reasons behind this?

Let’s have a look!

  • Construction that is usually rare in ceramic cookware.
  • Zwilling Spirit is among the few ceramic cookware that can be used Induction Cooktops.
  • Unique ceramic nonstick gear which compatible with medium-high to high heat.
  • No emissions, no toxic fumes. Thus, its construction ensures a green environment.

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  Frequently Ask Questions (FAQ)

Q.Is the cookware broiler safe?

Ans. Yes, it is broiler safe.

Q. Can I use a metal spatula?

Ans. No. Plastic or wood type spatula is preferred only.

Q. Does the coating contain lead?

Ans: No. The coating is % lead-free.

  Final Verdict

Cooking is an art and to make your cooking time enjoyable, ZWILLING Spirit 3-ply pc Stainless Steel Ceramic Nonstick Cookware is your best cooking partner.

Overall, the eco-friendly and cook-friendly Zwilling Spirit cookware is for those who are health conscious and look for the nonstick cookware with a non-Teflon coating. Zwilling Ceramic Cookware is trusted for high quality, breezy cooking and finally for green living.

Hopefully, after going through Zwilling Ceramic Cookware Review, all of your confusion regarding finding truly safe and healthy cookware has wiped out and finally, you’ve found your way.

Cook Healthy, Stay Happy!

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In-Depth Product Review: Zwilling J.A. Henckels Spirit Thermolon Ceramic Nonstick Tri-Ply Clad Pans (also known as Sol CeraForce)

Zwilling Spirit aka Sol 12 inch skillet

THE COMPANY

You might have heard of the Henckels, the German knife manufacturer, and you might be familiar with the Zwilling (German for &#;twin&#;) logo used on their higher-end knives.

J.A. Henckels has a long history dating back to , when Peter Henckels adopted the Zwilling logo with the Cutlers&#; Guild of Solingen, Germany. His son Johann renamed the company J.A. Henckels and expanded the customer base over time. In the company was acquired by the Werhahn Group of Germany. Werhahn KG is a family firm that owns interests in building materials, finance and real estate, beauty products, and, of course, kitchenware. Werhahn&#;s Henckels kitchenware unit is formally known as Zwilling J.A. Henckels.

THE PRODUCTS BEING REVIEWED

Most people are familiar with cheap, thin aluminum pans coated with layers of PTFE such as Teflon.

  • The main upsides to those kinds of pans are low cost and ease of cleaning anything that gets burned onto them.
  • There are many downsides, too, such as lack of dishwasher- and induction-compatibility and low physical durability (either the pan warps/bends so it isn&#;t flat anymore, or the PTFE gradually flakes off, even if you don&#;t use metal spatulas, especially if you are cooking things with bones in them which can scrape off PTFE faster than normal wear and tear).
  • PTFE also breaks down at high temperatures, as low as F, though some manufacturers claim F. The breakdown of PTFE results in offgas (fumes that can make humans sick and kill birds) and permanent damage to the remaining PTFE. And if a pan is thin and doesn&#;t spread heat that well, then you can get a situation where some parts of the pan are so hot that they start degrading, even though the rest of the pan is the proper temperature for frying.

In the s, many people started to avoid PTFE nonstick pans because of the above problems, and because manufacturing PFOA (used to adhere PTFE to pans) causes pollutionproblems. Cast iron and carbon steel aren&#;t true substitutes&#;they are heavy and prone to rust, take a long time to heat up, can leach metallic flavors into food, and are stickier than PTFE. And some people don&#;t like the idea of eating off what amounts to baked-on oil, which hasn&#;t received any rigorous scientific scrutiny regarding toxicity.

The real substitute for PTFE nonstick pans is ceramic. In , a Korean company&#;s industrial ceramic was repurposed for use in cookware because the ceramic was resistant to both sticking and high heat. The Korean ceramic was patented as &#;Thermolon,&#; and Zwilling and other cookware companies started making Thermolon-coated nonstick pans. Then GreenPan bought the Korean company that made Thermolon, so Zwilling&#;s Thermolon ceramic was renamed CeraForce and made in China and Vietnam. To add to the confusion, Zwilling Spirit got a name change to &#;Zwilling Sol,&#; was made in Vietnam, and was sold by CHEFS Catalog until that company went out of business.

If the above paragraph confused you, just remember this: Thermolon = Ceraforce, and Zwilling Spirit = Zwilling Sol. Thus this review is for both the Zwilling Spirit product line and the Zwilling Sol product line since they are the same construction: a bottom layer of magnetic stainless steel, a middle layer of aluminum alloy, and a top layer (cooking layer) of Thermolon/CeraForce ceramic. The total thickness of all three layers is 3mm as verified by micrometer. That compares favorably to All-Clad&#;s mm total thickness.

Zwilling Spirit aka Sol 12 inch skillet

RATINGS

For an explanation of ratings methodology, click here.

Overall Rating: 4/5 Very Good.

Cleanup: 5/5 Excellent.PTFE (such as Teflon) is famous for being easy to clean, since food will not tightly stick to it, but these ceramic pans are almost as slick. Unfortunately, Zwilling did not coat the rivets with ceramic, so over time those exposed rivets can accumulate grime from baked-on oils. At least you can scrub those rivets, though, because you won&#;t hurt the ceramic (which is harder than steel). If you tried scrubbing exposed rivets in a PTFE pan, you would scrape off some PTFE around the edges of the rivets in the process.

As for safety, the ceramic is probably safe, else DuPont (the company that makes Teflon and has the most to lose from people switching away from Teflon and to ceramic) would have sued the Korean company behind Thermlon into nonexistence by now, judging by how DuPont protested GreenPan&#;s marketing claims.

Zwilling Spirit aka Sol 12 inch skillet
Zwilling Spirit aka Sol 12 inch skillet
Zwilling Spirit aka Sol 12 inch skillet

Durability: 4/5 Very Good. The rivet were all tight. Each pan has a stainless steel bottom layer which helps preserve the shape of the pan, making the pan warp- and dent-resistant. (The 8, 10, and 12 inch pans I tested laid flat during pre-heating and cooking.) That said, this pan can&#;t get a perfect score on Durability because:

  • ceramic nonstick is known to lose its nonstickiness over time, with enough heating/cooking cycles, and especially if used at high heat; and
  • ceramic is brittle, so instead of bending, it breaks/shatters/chips off. So don&#;t use metal utensils on the ceramic, as that can lead to chipping.

PTFE also wears off over time, so if you&#;re deciding between ceramic and PTFE nonstick pans based on durability in normal use, it&#;s arguably a tie. Aside from the above factors, PTFE isn&#;t brittle like ceramic, but ceramic does have the benefit of not breaking down or offgasing until F. Compare that to how PTFE starts to offgas at F (or F if you believe some manufacturers&#; claims).

Note that if you can restore some of the nonstickiness of old ceramic by occasionally cleaning the ceramic pan with a little BKF or baking soda. This is because BKF and baking soda are very mildly abrasive. But don&#;t even think about using abrasives on PTFE/Teflon pans, as that will scratch up the PTFE/Teflon.

After I using my GreenPans as much as possible for 18 months to simulate years of wear, I switched to using these Zwilling pans. So far, they&#;ve held up just as well, which isn&#;t surprising since both GreenPan and these Zwilling Spirit/Sol pans use the same ceramic nonstick material. However, I&#;m careful to keep below ~F (and usually under F), since higher thermal stress seems to accelerate aging of ceramic and make it less nonstick over time.

Even heating:4/5 Very Good. The Zwilling Spirit/Sol pans spread heat about as well as All-Clad in even heating rankings for gas and electric stoves. Heat retention very good, though. A thinner pan will crash in temperature more if you throw in a cold slab of meat/fish, resulting in more time spent steaming and less time creating tasty browning. Overall thermal performance is excellent and it did fine with chicken thighs, fish, vegetable curries, eggs, and more.

Zwilling Spirit aka Sol 12 inch skillet

Handling and ease of use:4/5 Very Good. The handles are comfortable, made out of stainless steel, and attach with a &#;V&#; shape near the body of the pan. The &#;V&#; shape allows hot gases to more easily pass up and through the handle, which means that it takes longer for the handle to get hot during cooking on gas burners.

The pans are hefty, but not heavy per se. For instance, the empty 12 inch (30cm) Zwilling Spirit/Sol pan weighs grams ( pounds). For reference, an All-Clad 12&#; skillet weighs grams ( pounds). The 10 inch (26cm) (not 24cm; they rounded down on this one) Zwilling Spirit/Sol pan weighs grams ( pounds).

Most people probably don&#;t need helper handles on the 12&#; pan, but those with particularly weak wrists should stay away from the 12&#;/30cm pan, since it has no helper handle and isn&#;t lightweight. The 10&#; and 8&#; pans are light enough that even people with wrist problems should be able to use them without helper handles.

The rims are flared for easier, less-drippy pouring. This is much better than some pans where the sidewall ends at a degree angle, which can lead to drips when pouring.

Value:3/5 Good. See Conclusion.

Zwilling Spirit aka Sol 12 inch skillet

Versatility:4/5 Very Good.

I measured the flat (bottom) cooking surface on the inch pan to be roughly inches in diameter, which is above-average for a pan of this size. The 26cm pan measures out to 8 inches of flat cooking surface diameter, which is average. Both pans are 2 inches tall. (In other words, these pans have generous amounts of flat floor space, which is important to avoid crowding. And these are tall enough to cook a decent amount of food, though they won&#;t be mistaken for saute pans anytime soon.)

Ceramic is basically immune to corrosion from acids and salts, so I like to use ceramic pans to soak clams in salty water.

Zwilling only rates Spirit/Sol to be oven safe up to F, which isn&#;t an improvement over PTFE nonstick pans, but I suspect that the company set its limit artificially low to discourage oven usage, because GreenPan uses the same ceramic and rates its pans up to F.

However, these pans&#; ceramic surfaces are brittle and can chip after contact with metal, so try to avoid using metal utensils on them.

Regardless of any claims about dishwasher-compatibility, I wouldn&#;t run Zwilling Spirit/Sol through a dishwasher because a) it&#;s so easy to clean with a soapy sponge in the sink, and b) at least one other ceramic nonstick pan manufacturer has explicitly said that dishwashers can shorten the &#;nonsticky&#; life of ceramic.

CONCLUSION

Ceramic nonstick does not last forever, whether due to chipping or gradual loss of nonstickiness after many heating and cooling cycles. But these pans have steel handles and bottom layers and should resist warping quite well. So long as you don&#;t use the pans at overly high temperatures (try to stay well below F), they should give you a long service life, and thus they&#;re reasonably priced, especially if you need induction-compatibility. But the vast majority of Americans cook on electric coil, smoothtop electric radiant, or gas.

If you take induction out of the equation, I&#;d say the better buy is the GreenPan, but both have their pros and cons. The GreenPan lacks a steel bottom to resist warping/denting, has a worse handle that gets hot faster, does not retain heat as well, gives you slightly less flat cooking floorspace, and is not as tall, so you can&#;t fit as much food into it as you can with an equivalently-sized Zwilling Spirit/Sol pan. But the GreenPan also heats more evenly and costs significantly less.

In any case, the identical-in-all-but-name Zwilling Spirit product line and the Zwilling Sol product line are both worthy alternatives to PTFE/Teflon pans, so definitely consider them. And if you need slightly deeper pans, with slightly more floorspace and heat retention and cooler handles, consider them over the GreenPans.

Other Notes:

If you need a utensil that won&#;t damage the pan, I&#;d suggest adding a steel-reinforced silicone turner because:

  • Metal utensils are too hard for nonstick, tin- and silver-lined pans; they will scratch the pan&#;s lining. Metal utensils can chip ceramic-lined pans.
  • Plastic spatulas like nylon can soften/melt at frying temperatures.
  • Wood utensils will eventually stain and break down and isn&#;t dishwasher safe, and the cheap ones disintegrate quickly. But it&#;s a good option as long as you keep replacing them when they wear out.
  • Silicone is very durable.

After extensive testing, our recommendation is the OXO Good Grips silicone turner. This is also sold as the StarPack Ultra Flexible Silicone Turner set.  Alternatively, get a pair of silicone-tipped tongs.

The skillets do not come with lids, so if you don&#;t already have other lids that will fit, I would recommend buying a universal lid such as this one.

Zwilling Spirit/Sol may be found at Amazon and Sur La Table.

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