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Every so often I do an update on my Paderno Nature Trust pan. The last time I even thought to talk about it was back in October 2014. It’s now February 2015 and I still have the Paderno Nature Trust pan. I still use it about once a week mostly for French toast and pancakes. On the odd occasion, I’ll use the Paderno Nature Trust pan to warm up leftover pizza or rice pilaf.

So, how’s the Paderno Nature Trust pan doing?

Well, as you can see, my recent egg omelette looks fine and isn’t stuck to the pan. I only use a small amount of oil but I do temper my pan before adding the eggs. In fact, that seems to be the one consistent step that seems to go really well with the Paderno Nature Trust pan. The odd time that I forgot to temper the pan usually left me with a bigger mess to clean up.

I have to be honest. A while back I had one reader suggest that I clean my Paderno Nature Trust pan in a specific way to get rid of some of the brown marks. I did say I’d try but truth be told, I never did.


A) I’m lazy
B) I figured the Paderno Nature Trust pan seemed to be working fine despite the brown marks so I decided to leave well enough alone. - paderno nature trust panAfter more than a year with the Paderno Nature Trust pan, it looks like it’s still working despite the way it looks. Now, if you’ve followed some of my previous posts, you’ll know the Paderno pans seem to be a bone of contention. For some, their Paderno pan is rocking awesome. For others, they’ve been a complete dud. We’ve had some debates about all the whys and how comes and well, I don’t have an answer for any of it.

I can tell you that my egg omelette is intact, well it was until I ate it. 🙂

p.s. if you want to read my last post on the Paderno Nature Trust pan, see below:

It’s October 2014, how’s my Paderno Nature Trust pan now?

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