- goal -- im having a very very hard time finding out if 'Hard anodized aluminum' is nonstick, or if i should go with 'nonstick coating' on a jumbo cooker/pot
heard that nonstick coating wears off over time
ppl say that 'Hard anodized aluminum' has 'nonstick' property -- https://www.quora.com/What-should-one-consider-when-shopping-for-cookware
but i can't tell if this is nonstick compared to 't-fal nonstick coating'
- for example if you just forget and leave pasta in the jumbo cooker or pot at the regular temp most ppl use, would it stick?
some say that 'anodized aluminum' is hard to clean -- http://thesweethome.com/reviews/best-cookware-set/
- i cant tell if this is this is talking about 'Hard anodized aluminum' and if 'anodized aluminum' is a seperate concept
this post -- cookydaddy.com/best-stainless-steel-cookware-vs-hard-anodized-cookware.html
seems like a promotional type of site but says that 'Hard anodized aluminum' is nonstick and thus easy to clean