Frustrated to find the safe cookware in payable charges? So, we proudly suggest this stylish Pure Living series for your pleasant cooking with nonstick pans, which won’t break your bank.
What we like:
For those who are in tight budget, the WearEver Pure Living is such a blessing. Yet, don’t undervalue it for $100 price tag; it does work far from the cost. To starting with, this cookware is a good find for safe pots and pans—made of recycled nonstick ceramic coat which is free from PTFE, PFOA and cadmium, with heat resistance up to 350 degree F. It’s also safe for both stovetop and oven, but not allows for induction.
The cooking performance is pretty good for most jobs, quite evenly. The white gleaming nonstick surface inside is super slick; it’s smoother and sturdier than some other traditional and normal green nonstick pans, which make breezy cooking. We love the circular edge pattern in the bottom of the pan which helps heating quicker, while aluminum base makes holding heat longer. Another impression, cleanup is probably a most satisfied feature. It’s supremely easy to clean both by hands and dishwashers.
The whole construction is in good. We’re pleased for the firmly craft, as well as pretty thick aluminum-based bottom for better heat supply. Though this cookware is quite light comparing to others high ends, it doesn’t feel flimsy or fragile. On the other hand, it’s perfect for those arthritis persons or little ladies. The soft-touched economical handles are large and solid. Above all, the stunning stylish design, colored by 2 options of red and champagne, is a real gain for every kitchen.
For more reviews, Good Housekeeping
rated 12” pan of Pure Living average rating, B for economical safe nonstick and easy cleaning. However, it received highest rating from Examiner.com
and famous among food bloggers. We also found very mostly positive reviews from users Amazon.com, Walmart and other retails.
What we don't like:
While does pretty impressive job in sautéing, browning and frying, it’s quite lower in simmering. Moreover, the size is quite small and comes in odd ranges. While the bigger skillet 12” is available, it has only one size of 3-quart saucepan, which isn’t versatile enough for the serious cooks. Another downside, though claimed for dishwasher-safe, the warranty won’t cover the damages from dishwasher use. Also, it needs to care like other nonstick pans, which is no metal tools or brushes, as well as works well with medium to medium-high temperatures.
|In short, if you’re looking for a small set of nice green cookware, which features smoothly nonstick, easy cleaning and good performance, the WearEver Pure Living is a cook-friendly set in unbeatable price.