I’m sure many of you out there are like me and have replaced many, many pieces of cookware. I think in the last 5 years alone I have bought at least three sets. It never seems as though they have a long lifespan. Even the last two sets I bought, one was well over $200 and the other around $100, they only lasted a year tops.
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I have seen the infomercial for the OrGreenic cookware probably 3 dozen times over the last few years and I finally decided I needed to try it. It’s also that time again when I start to notice the life of my latest cookware set has just about run it course.
So if you didn’t see my latest video, I highly recommend watching it. During the video you will get to see my genuine 1st time use of the OrGreenic frying pan. Even I was shocked at the results.
Firstly, before use, I had to “season” my pan. So I spread a light coating of vegetable oil on the pan, put it on medium heat and waited for the pan to lightly smoke. After it began smoking I took it off the heat, allowed it to cool, and wiped off all the oil with a paper towel. As per the packaging instructions, this is only necessary to do about 2 times per year. Other than that, I should never need to use oil while cooking again?! Almost seems too good to be true.
The first test I decided to perform was to fry an egg. One thing I hate most about frying eggs is how sometimes the white seems to spread itself so thin that by the time I’m ready to flip over my egg, I have a hard time getting it on the spatula. I was simply amazed at how after cracking the egg into the pan, it looked so neat and almost perfect. It was even a perfect shape. I know that sounds a little bizarre, but it was true. It was the neatest fried egg I had ever made. Now, in case you haven’t seen the infomercial, one of the demonstrations they perform is the fried egg just gliding around on the pan. I tried it a few times without success. But once I used my spatula and loosened the egg from the pan, sure enough my egg started sliding around my pan just like the demonstration I had seen.
The next test I performed was to make an omelet. I used two eggs, and after my test I think the conclusion I came to was that in the commercial the probably used only one egg. The only reason I mention this is because for the omelet demonstration they blew the paper thin omelet out of the pan onto a plate with one simple breath of air. From the beginning, I knew I probably wouldn’t have been able to do that in my own demonstration because my omelet was heavier. Something else I did happen to notice while cooking this “omelet” was that around the edges of my pan where I would normally see dried up, unsuitable for eating, egg. I saw the dried egg curling up, still intact with the rest of the “omelet”. It almost looked as if it was repelling from the pan. I don’t think I have ever seen anything like it before. This egg was not sticking to my pan AT ALL.
The next test I performed was to try and burn oatmeal to my pan. I have never personally cooked oatmeal in a frying pan, so this was another first for me, in minutes my oatmeal was perfectly cooked. I removed a little for my daughter’s breakfast and proceeded to try and burn the rest to the pan. And much like how the edges of the omelet repelled from the pan, this oatmeal residue ( greatly resembling rice paper) was doing the same thing. It was beyond paper thin and barely touching the pan while the steam had it just flapping away. This stuff just wasn’t going to stick to the pan. Finally when I decided I was done trying to burn the oatmeal, I started to lift the edges of the oatmeal with a spatula. The oatmeal remained solid and just rolled right up. I couldn’t believe it. It was an oatmeal burrito! Perfectly intact and nothing was stuck to my pan.
Lastly I decided to slap a slice of cheddar cheese right on the pan. After it melted somewhat, I tilted my pan and let the cheese glide around. It seemed as though some of the cheese had stuck to my pan, while the less melted cheese slid all around. I thought this was quite interesting and surely I figured that if part of the cheese stayed in one place, then it might have actually stuck. Boy was I wrong! After removing the pan from the heat, I took my spatula to it. To my surprise, the cheese did exactly as the oatmeal had done. It came right up and rolled up leaving no remains. After I was all finished my only cleanup was to pour some water on my pan and everything slid right off.
I have never in my life seen a frying pan perform in such a manner, but one thing is for sure. I am an OrGreenic fan for life! I will definitely be completing my set with all the other pieces of this astounding cookware. As it is the holiday season, this it going to be my favorite gift to give as I embark on yet another “as seen on tv” gift giving Christmas.
I think this is a great gift idea for anyone with limited cooking skills (backed by a lifetime warranty, it can’t be ruined!), for the health conscious (cutting out oil and fats), or even the best cook you know. I couldn’t even tell you how excited I am to hear the reactions from my family and friends after they try their new OrGreenic frying pans.