No one likes it when food sticks to the pan, but using a lot of oil isn't good for your heart or waistline. Instead of nonstick pans — which have been shown to release cancer-related toxins — choose cast iron. When seasoned properly, you have a nonstick cooking surface that only gets better with age. You'll also find that cast iron cooks better since it distributes heat more evenly.
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