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I've been contemplating the Earth Pan Sandflow pans. Consumer reports likes them. They're not particularly expensive. They aren't teflon.
I know the cast iron lovers won't be swayed, but I am not a particularly big cast iron lover, so I think those might fit the bill.
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Hmmm, I've never heard of Dr. Whittaker... but google tells me that maybe it's "Starfrit" pans that you're thinking of? They look nice, have good reviews on amazon, and are pretty affordable. My issue is that they appear to have plastic handles...and I want something that can go from the stove to the oven.
I saw on Dr.Oz the other day there was a recommendation for Hard-anodized aluminum cookware after showing the chemical smoke cloud coming from a heated non-stick pan. I know regular aluminum pans are no good.
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