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Old 01-03-2011, 07:12 PM
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Bird-safe nonstick cookware?

So, I know that teflon is very dangerous for birds, and when we got Cody my mom gave up her teflon pans. She really misses them though, and we saw on Dr. Oz a few months ago that there is now bird safe, non-stick cookware available? It's not teflon (he was actually saying how harmful teflon was to both people and birds), and he says that this type of pan is safe. Does anyone know what this is? I completely forget what it was?

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Re: Bird-safe nonstick cookware?

I do believe that Neo-Flame is bird safe.
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Old 01-03-2011, 08:53 PM
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Re: Bird-safe nonstick cookware?

I believe it is called Anodized Aluminum cookware. Looks pretty! lol
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Re: Bird-safe nonstick cookware?

Here it is and I am still VERY happy with it.

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This is new in South Africa and I hope it will be all over the world as well. I LOVE it! It cooks the food evenly and no matter how sticky it just wipes clean without any problems. It is currently still very cheap because it is still new I suppose. They have different size pots, pans and grills. GET IT - YOU'LL LOVE IT.

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Re: Bird-safe nonstick cookware?

Thank you so much!! That's awesome! I can't seem to be able to find it in any local stores, so I'm thinking we'll have to order it off of Ebay. Either way, it'll be worth it. My mom gets so angry when she tries to cook breakfast and it won't stop sticking!

Have you found it to work as well as teflon Wildheart?

Edit: Actually, through some searching I found a pan I can actually get locally! It's says it's also PTFE and PFOA free. It's called "Earthpan" http://www.walmart.com/search/search...h_constraint=0

Does that look like it would be a good alternative? I just can't find Neoflam anywhere (except Ebay)!

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Re: Bird-safe nonstick cookware?

Quote: Originally Posted by GreenCheek View Post
Thank you so much!! That's awesome! I can't seem to be able to find it in any local stores, so I'm thinking we'll have to order it off of Ebay. Either way, it'll be worth it. My mom gets so angry when she tries to cook breakfast and it won't stop sticking!

Have you found it to work as well as teflon Wildheart?

Edit: Actually, through some searching I found a pan I can actually get locally! It's says it's also PTFE and PFOA free. It's called "Earthpan" Walmart.com: Search Results for "earth pan"

Does that look like it would be a good alternative? I just can't find Neoflam anywhere (except Ebay)!
I see you are in the baltimore area~ I found some at marshalls and tj maxx as well as bed, bath and beyond in the towsontown market place on goucher blvd and joppa road
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Re: Bird-safe nonstick cookware?

I purchased a ceramic saute pan for $35.00 at my local King Soopers grocery store. The brand name is "aeternum" and it is awesome! It is %100 PFOA and PTFE free.
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Re: Bird-safe nonstick cookware?

Quote: Originally Posted by triordan View Post
I see you are in the baltimore area~ I found some at marshalls and tj maxx as well as bed, bath and beyond in the towsontown market place on goucher blvd and joppa road
Thanks! I'll have to call them and see if they have any in. You're talking about the Neoflam, right?

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I purchased a ceramic saute pan for $35.00 at my local King Soopers grocery store. The brand name is "aeternum" and it is awesome! It is %100 PFOA and PTFE free.
Thanks for the advice. I've never heard of that store though, don't think they are any where around here. Maybe my other local grocery stores have them, I'll have to check if the neoflam doesn't work out.
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Re: Bird-safe nonstick cookware?

Im not sure if was exactly the same thing, but they were PTFE and PFOA free, the packaging looks almost identical~
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Alright, thanks! I'll have to check it out.
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