We transferred from Arizona to Texas. Nevertheless, our home things didn’t leave AZ for almost 30 days. We tried in which to stay resorts but with a baby amische koekenpan, that didn’t go far! So we asked if they would be ready to pay for some necessities in place of a hotel. They decided and we headed to Walmart.

We found air mattresses, disposable dishes, and a couple of toiletries. Then we headed to the kitchen section. Once we got to the cookware aisle, we looked over our options. We determined to check out the ceramic cookware. Why not? We’ve never used it before and it only has to last till our home things come. So we decided Green Life ceramic cookware. It got in a 12 part collection (pots, skillets, covers, and utensils).

To be honest, I didn’t have plenty of religion that this ceramic material will be that great. I’ve applied stainless (love), copper (love but WAY also expensive), cast metal (good for camping), teflon (not therefore significantly but excellent in a pinch), stoneware (love but nothing available for stove), and some unknowns. I realized this is merely another fad. What could ceramic present that I didn’t already have with another choices? But hi, everything justifies one try. So we ordered it.

And am I happy we did! They are outstanding!


* dishwasher secure

* toddler evidence

* gets hot rapidly – We actually burned our first batch of scrambled eggs since it heated up therefore quickly.

* cooks food equally

* non-stick – Practically non-stick. Our burned scrambled eggs slid correct off. We didn’t have to wipe it down or anything. We just included more eggs and went on with our breakfast.

* moves from range to oven without problem


* If ceramic gets cracked, the pot/skillet is rendered unusable. With a crack, chip or bend in the ceramic, then your ceramic will not heat evenly.

* Uncertain just how much “defeating” it could take. To date, but, it has survived our toddler.


Before you learn the moment for the warmth, begin applying low heat and improve slowly as needed. This is particularly the case for sauces and dishes that need herbs/spices to infuse in to the food. For that to occur, the plate must make slowly and at a low heat. So, you need to make sure and alter the warmth accordingly considering that the ceramic gets hot quickly and gets hotter than “typical” pots/skillets.

Once the cookware isn’t used, you will have to be sure that it does not get chipped/cracked whilst in the cabinet. Save your self the cardboard positions from your own field and utilize them to put in between the pots/skillets. This will help keep the ceramic from getting damaged.