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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelley Brown View Post
    Why not cast iron?
    Fair question. I have and use CI but I'm not expert with its use. In other words, it is not necessarily non-stick for me and, therefore, is not my go-to on a quick weekday dinner cook. And in even more words, others in the household need a true non-stick skillet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFletcher View Post
    Fair question. I have and use CI but I'm not expert with its use. In other words, it is not necessarily non-stick for me and, therefore, is not my go-to on a quick weekday dinner cook. And in even more words, others in the household need a true non-stick skillet.
    Got it. Mine are used daily and are non-stick, for me. I'm just not a fan of chemical coatings but the better half prefers them to CI. Thank goodness she doesn't do much cooking!

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    A couple years ago the local Costco used to carry a lot of Tramontina commercial cooking gear. The had two-packs of non-stick skillets in 8", 10", and 12". I bought some 8" and 10". I'm fairly certain they have flat bottoms. They are, however, aluminum so may not be induction-compatible. Unfortunately, Costco stopped carrying this stuff a year or so ago.

    If you have one near by you might check with a restaurant supply store. They'll usually have basic non-stick skillets at good prices. I can't imagine line cooks putting up with pans that didn't have flat bottoms.

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    You should see the stuff a line cook puts up with LOL. All Clad has a line of very well made non stick cast aluminum induction capable pans. They're heavier than the stamped pans you normally see and much more solid

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    WS has an induction tab that has a lot of choices, one that stood out to me was stainless exterior / non-stick interior.

    https://www.williams-sonoma.com/shop.../?cm_type=lnav


    something like this might be good to try out:

    https://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/A...CH235C/tvwb-20

    https://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/A...SBKH70/tvwb-20

    ....just search stainless non stick

    https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=as_li_s...language=en_US

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