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Mar 18, 2013

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Tick tick tick tick…it’s now March 18, 2013 and our family has been using the Paderno Nature Trust pan pretty consistently for the past 2 weeks. I’ve made French toast twice, chicken, beef, and omelettes galore. I’ve warmed up pasta and noodles without the use of any oil.

Here’s just a quick recap for our readers at ThingsThatWeDo.com on how this Paderno Nature Trust pan has been holding up 2 weeks into the kitchen battle.


Product Review: How is the Paderno NatureTrust pan 2 weeks later?

I have to say, so far so good. The husband had a mild freak out moment when he saw what I did to the Paderno Nature Trust pan the other day. I decided to make one giant hamburger for dinner that the entire family would share.

I had extra lean beef and mixed it with pureed onions and garlic. Add a little salt and pepper, tempered the Paderno Nature Trust pan on medium and added the beef mixture without the use of any oil. By the time I was done, the Paderno Nature Trust pan looked like I had dragged it through the mud. Clean up however, was a breeze. We let the pan cool, then soaked it in cool water for a few minutes. Gently scrub with a soft sponge, soap, and water, and the Paderno Nature Trust pan was as good as new!

One thing I’ve noticed with the new Paderno Nature Trust pan is that it tempers much quicker than my Paderno Eco pan which I trust is due to the use of the stainless steel and the flat bottom. The Paderno Nature Trust pan seems to heat up a lot faster and much more evenly and as a result of that, I find my food cooks faster even when I have it at a lower temp.

More importantly, I find the texture of the food has changed for the better too. For example, my French toast now comes out with a crisp little crunch that I didn’t have before. Pancakes brown more evenly and I’ve even used the Paderno Nature Trust pan to re-heat leftover pasta without sticking. Now, when I mean pasta, I don’t mean pasta coated in sauce which would be a piece of cake to re-heat. I’m talking plain pasta that I would never re-heat in a pan without adding some oil or sauce to prevent it from sticking. Miraculously, the pasta warmed up quickly and it didn’t stick to the Paderno Nature Trust pan at all.


Verdict:

Two weeks into using the Paderno Nature Trust pan and both the hubby and I are impressed with it. Remember, after using the Paderno Eco pan, I think the hubby was ready to throw it out or use it as a sculptural piece for the garden.

We’ve used the Paderno Nature Trust pan consistently for the past 2 weeks which means it’s also been washed a number of times and there are no clean up battle scars to date. We continue to just use a non abrasive sponge with some warm soapy water. We tend to let the Paderno Nature Trust pan cool down first, then soak with water for a few minutes. It’s amazing how fast clean up has been.

I’ll continue to keep you all posted over the next few months on how this the Paderno Nature Trust pan holds up. In the meantime, if you’re thinking of getting the Paderno Nature Trust pan, the time is right because March 20th is right around the corner. The Paderno Nature Trust pan will be available online and at participating stores across Canada and at great introductory prices, starting at just $39.99!

 

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