Ceramic Vs Nonstick Skillets: Which Is Better? | Gear Heads

From America’s Test Kitchen.

What’s the difference between regular PTFE-coated nonstick skillets and ceramic cookware? Lisa and Kate put both types to the test and give you their top recommendations.

Buy the OXO 12" Nonstick Skillet: https://cooks.io/4eHxTjF
Buy the OXO 10" Nonstick Skillet: https://cooks.io/3VFgob7
Buy the OXO 8" Nonstick Skillet: https://cooks.io/3zo5TS3
Buy the All-Clad 12" Nonstick Skillet: https://bit.ly/4bqY3Eq
Buy the T-Fal 12.5" Induction Skillet: https://bit.ly/3RMFIL1
Buy the GreenPan 12" Ceramic Skillet: https://bit.ly/4cBAoSO

Read our full review on Ceramic Nonstick Skillets: https://cooks.io/4cBXLvn
Read our full review on Regular Nonstick Skillets: https://cooks.io/4ciZTso

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