Soybean Oil, Canola Oil, Sunflower Oil, Peanut Oil, Rice Oil, Corn Oil, Sesame Oil, Linseed Oil.
CONTAINS: SOY AND PEANUTS.
• Oven Safe up to 1000°F
• Induction Compatible
• Hand wash. Dry immediately after washing. Avoid soaking in water.
• Silicone handle is removable
• Visit our Use & Care page for more care instructions
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Pre-seasoned for nonstick cooking
Lifetime Guarantee Against Defects
A natural (and better) alternative to traditional nonstick. Carbon Steel becomes more nonstick the more you use and will last forever. If you’re tired of replacing old nonstick pans that start sticking, then this is a pan you’ll love.
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Purchased the set as part of the Misen Kickstarter program over a year ago. The 10 inch is used every day, They are well taken care of after using, with a quick scrub ( no soap), wiped down with paper towels and dried and lightly oiled with grape seed oil on the stove top! Love the versatility of stove top to oven, (steaks and salmon). There was a time when the pans were not available after the kickstarter program, I am glad to see that the are now again available for purchase. I am very happy with mine and would highly recommend them.
Like the pans. Do far I have cooked hash browns and eggs. I like how my fried eggs turn out
I was one of the kickstarter backers, so I waited quite a while and had plenty of time for my expectations to harden. I was initially taken aback by the appearance and feel of the preseasoning layer - it feels unpleasantly dry to the touch and does indeed look like cheap nonstick coating - but cooking with it was very nice, and now that I've used it for a few months, I love this pan - it truly is non-stick as long as you're using it properly. If oiled and hot, egg comes off as cleanly as it does off nonstick, but it gives a far better sear for other foods. And it's much lighter and easier to use and clean than my 12" cast iron pan. My only quibble with it is that its sides are shallower than I'd prefer. I wasn't expecting a straight-sided braising pan or anything, but the sides are quite shallow, so I get a fair amount of spatter.
So far, so good.
I was surprised at how much heavier it is compared to the one I was replacing. Also, for cooking eggs, it was not the least bit pre-seasoned. It also cooks much hotter than the Misen skillet I was replacing and the heat is not even over the bottom. Big bummer!!