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After reading Nonstick Pan Ruined in High Heat? and Why did my Zwilling Aluminium pan cookware surface corrode just after 1 month?, I'm still afraid of accidentally buying shoddy non stick coating or pan , damaging it, and wasting money.

What are some tips or advice to choose the most reliable, durable non stick coating or pan? Are there any keywords or chemicals to look for or avoid? I'm using this pan just on my Frigidaire 30" electric induction cook top, not inside the oven.

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    What kind of "high heat" are you talking about ? non-stick teflon pans will work at high heat (ie high enough for bacon for example)
    – Max
    Apr 29, 2021 at 0:17
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    The difference between pans is not the Teflon but the care of application and the other construction features of the pan. Factors like the surface preparation and thickness of the Teflon layer. Apr 29, 2021 at 19:01

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