View Full Version : Marble coated cookware???
06-17-2009, 02:46 AM
Anyone hear of this stuff? Supposed to be pretty good and non-stick properties to boot.
common in asia, it's basically a ceramic coating in addition to a non-stick coat... i never looked it up because my experience using them is that they're really no different from regular teflon pans. and if you look it up, i'm sure alot there will be alot of marketing copy&paste passed off as product review...
i'd be curious to hear more about it too :)
06-17-2009, 03:53 AM
IDK... but I become suspicious when I see marketing speak like:
"EdenPUREŽ Living Stone Marble Cookware
The Future of Cookware..."
OTOH : "you will receive a Steaming Rack and Cooking Chopsticks, a $20 value, FREE!"
why do i have these mulitple post problems lately -_- i'm confused...
06-17-2009, 05:33 AM
The forum has a neural network to learn behaviours and it is just trying to ease your burden by posting more for you :D
06-17-2009, 11:33 AM
I'm guessing that KC's interpretation is close to the truth on this one. Which of course means the manufacturer is reaching new heights of B.S. with their marketing. I'm skeptical that there's any actual marble anywhere in that coating.
Why would there be? Marble is soluble in almost all acids used for cooking ... vinegar, wine, citrus, tomato, other fruit juices ...
And it's brittle. And soft. And a poor conductor of heat.
06-17-2009, 12:47 PM
Well, I was looking to replace my $10 non-stick pan yesterday. Chef's City on Convoy is no longer in business which is a bummer because they had lots of good everyday stuff. I went to two different places and both of them had these pans. I talked to one of the shop owners and she said they work great (whatever that means). Anyway, $20 for an 12.5" fry pan. Kinda anxious to give it a whirl and see what it does.
do it bob and tell us about it :D at $20, it really can't be that bad ;)
09-13-2010, 06:40 PM
I think I first saw something like this at Bed Bath & Beyond. Didn't buy it because I was skeptical. My grandmother who does a lot of on TV shopping purchased this set of pan/wok. I used hers several times and its great. I love fried eggs without using a lot of oil. You hardly have to use any. The egg slips off the pan. I have made grill cheese sandwiches and the cheese will not stick to the pan. Very easy to clean up. Its light weight and doesn't look like it would be nonstick but it really is. I am very picky about my pots and pans and would highly recommend this product. My grandmother bought me a set for my birthday.
09-13-2010, 07:06 PM
Is this anything like that stone cookwear that they offer on that new infomercial. There is a man with a british accent saying their the bees knees.
09-13-2010, 08:06 PM
What i have is called Living Stone Marble Cookware from ihsmall.com. You can google it. I think the infomercial is the same. Only saw the commercial once and didn't catch the name or brand. Hope this helps.
09-13-2010, 08:11 PM
Thanks briana it looked good on t.v. let me know how it works.in the long run I am always updating my cookwear.
09-13-2010, 11:07 PM
I just found what you have seen on the infomercial. It is called StoneDine. Looks the same as the Living Stone Marble cookware. The stonedine seems to be more expensive. I've done everything except put rocks in my Living Stone pan. It works just the same as stonedine's advertisement. Hope this helps.
04-19-2011, 10:57 PM
I received my set 2 weeks ago. I waited to get rid of my calphalon skillets to see if the cookware was better. I no longer have the expensive skillets. We love our cookware. Cleanup is a breeze. The base is cast aluminum, but so was the calphalon. Did the research, the cookware was safe. One happy customer.
04-25-2011, 03:06 AM
somebody complained about the durability :
04-25-2011, 08:15 AM
Man this marble cookware is going to go great with my granite spatula, iron ore tongs and concrete dinnerware.
04-25-2011, 08:29 AM
That's funny divot now make me a brontosaurus burger hold the tomato. Lol peace, jmbullman
04-25-2011, 02:23 PM
Cast iron > Non stick
Carbon steel > Non stick
Stainless > Non stick
And if you need "nano silver coating to prevent bacterial growth" you are obviously using the thing for storage and not cooking. I call BS.
04-25-2011, 03:10 PM
As an update to this since it's been resurrected...the thing warped on me pretty bad after a couple of weeks. Threw it out. Non-stick property was decent though.
04-25-2011, 04:01 PM
I bought some great cookware Le Creuset (http://www.lecreuset.com/en-us/) but i recently bough a frying pan and I have taken of the no stick coating maybe this would be good to use.
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