Tick tock, how time flies. Our family has now been cooking with the Paderno Nature Trust pan for the past 2 ½ months and it’s time for another update. Is my Paderno Nature Trust pan sticking? Is my Paderno Nature Trust pan a disaster? Just how well is the Paderno Nature Trust pan holding up? On the left, I’ve included an image of how the Let it be known that at the time of this post, our family has been using the Paderno Nature Trust pan almost daily, either at breakfast, lunch and/or dinner so it does get a lot of use. Question is, how many battle scars does our Paderno Nature Trust pan have after 2 ½ months of use?
Product Review: the Paderno Nature Trust pan – 2 ½ months later and still going strong
Whatever Paderno did this time around for its Nature Trust pan, they obviously got something right. With such heavy use, our Paderno Nature Trust pan is still going strong. Let me preface this post by reminding all of you that our family did have the Paderno Ecopan which the husband hated and I stoically defended. With use, our Paderno Ecopan turned brown and although it still works, we haven’t used it since we got the Paderno Nature Trust pan.
Take a look at these little pancakes I made this week with the Paderno Nature Trust pan. Notice how, after 2 ½ months of use the Paderno Nature Trust pan still looks the same as when we first got it for testing from the folks at Paderno. Our pancakes came out perfectly. There’s no sticking, no funny stuff, and I didn’t have to use much butter on the pan either which makes for a much healthier lifestyle.
What makes the Paderno Nature Trust pan different? I’m not sure since I don’t work at Paderno. What I can tell you though is that I love the fact that my Paderno Nature Trust pan is made with a solid 18/10 stainless steel and I can feel a difference in the surface of the pan vs. what we used to have with the Paderno Eco pan. This new Paderno Nature Trust pan just seems to have a more substantial cooking surface and I can see the results in our cooking.
After 2 ½ months of consistent use, we can still warm up leftover plain pasta in the Paderno Nature Trust pan with only a bit of water to speed up the process (no need to use the microwave and we haven’t had to add any oil either). Can your regular pan do that? We continue to wash the Paderno Nature Trust pan after it cools off, soaking it in water for a little while and then washing simply with some dish soap and a non-abrasive sponge. Leftover food comes right off.
What are we cooking in the Paderno Nature Trust pan? Well, by now, I think we’ve tried everything from chicken to steaks to noodle stir fries to morning French toast. Again, because we’re not really into using the oven, the only thing we haven’t done is stick the Paderno Nature Trust pan in the oven, which apparently is oven safe up to 625F.
I have to give a special thank you to Paderno for sending this Nature Trust pan my way for testing. All they asked me to do was use the Paderno Nature Trust pan and test we did. Two months (2 ½ months, actually give or take a few days) may not exactly be a long time to test out the Paderno Nature Trust pan but if I were to see any signs of stress, something would have shown up by now. In our home, we’re quite good at breaking things that we don’t mean to break and the mere fact that the pan is still alive speaks volumes to its sturdiness.
In case you wanted to know, here are a few reminders about the features of the Paderno Nature Trust pan: it’s made from solid 18/10 stainless steel, is oven safe up to 625F and works on induction stove tops too. It’s PFOA and PTFE Free.
Paderno, looks like a job well done for your Paderno Nature Trust pan! You’ve made quite the believer out of my husband which is no easy feat. I actually think he uses the pan more often than I do!
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In case you wanted to read my week 1 review, click here
My week 2 review can be found by clicking here
My week 4 review can be found by clicking here
My first review on the Paderno Nature Trust
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