8-Inch Traditions Wok with Lid
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Absolutely LOVE the design and quality finish of these cooking icons There is nothing as good as these. Just follow new cooking guidelines and it becomes a habit very easy. Really great results, fantastic light weight. Amazing heat retention. The best caking product after my Instant Pot.
I feel the ceramic is the healthiest way to cook, very easy to clean/maintain, attractive
A work of art. Beautiful
I had agonized over leaving a 3 star review earlier, but I did it. Now I know I should have called the company before I did that (and now I don't see a way to change my earlier 3 star rating to 5 stars, sorry Ceramcor). SO, I was promptly contacted regarding my issues of sticking and burning. I use gas and only cook on low heat (like a 1 or 2). However, I've had issues. I have now found out that using liquid oil on things like eggs isn't going to work as well as using a spray oil. On very low heat, heat pan for 3 minutes then spray on oil (evidently this is the same for metal pans). While I dislike and never use spray can anything, and coconut oil spray is very expensive, I shall try that and see if it solves the issue. I still love that I am cooking with non-toxic cookware. I hope to no longer burn /stick food. Ceramcor also guaranteed that if I see any scratching from cleaning with baking soda and a brillo pad (first scrub with both dry, then use plastic or wooden scraper to dislodge anything and then use water to finish scrubbing/rinse), that they will replace my pots. I am going to go give them a good hard scrub right now. Thank you Ceramcor for such great customer service! I apologize if I didn't see on your website the tip of spray oil, as well as the guarantee of no scratching, too. I'll believe you now. All the Best!
I LOVE that these are non-toxic! Yet, I'm having a hard time cooking with these. I can only use these on the very lowest setting. (which is hard on a gas stove, since the burner goes out often at the lowest setting.) Even with lowest settings, I get many things that burn, despite having (coconut) oil in pan. Eggs stick terribly. So do potatoes (like when making hash). I got a set of pots and most all of them have gotten white ghosting and burn marks that I can't get out. Also, the unglazed white ring portion of the lids have all turned unsightly grey/brown. I refuse to use steel wool, because I have seen how ceramics can get scratched over the years/decades (I have some lovely mixing bowls from my Greatgrandmother, but they have many scratches in bottom of bowls). Is it true yours won't? If they do, will you replace them for free (including shipping?) I'm on the fence in recommending, since I find myself using my cast iron skillet and a pyrex pot more often than the xtrema, due to the sticking and burning and cleaning issues. Also, I'm afraid to crack such an expensive pot.