Caraway: The New Standard for Healthy Cooking
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How We Compare
|Caraway® Non-Stick||PTFE Non-Stick |
|Stainless Steel||Cast Iron|
|Non-ToxicAre the materials used in the non-stick coating safe for my family and the environment?|
|Non-StickDoes food easily slide around the cooking surface with a minimal amount of oil or butter?|
|CleaningAre the pots and pans easily washed and cared for?|
|Heat ConductivityDoes the surface heat evenly, avoiding cool spots and unevenly cooked food?|
|VersatilityDoes the cookware perform well no matter what cooktop or environment?|
We have answers.
Should I hand wash my Caraway Bakeware or can I use the dishwasher?
Dishwashers are notorious for their harsh detergents and abrasive way of cleaning. Because of this, we suggest that all Caraway products never be put in your dishwasher since it drastically reduces the life of your non-stick properties and can potentially cause cosmetic damage. Instead, a gentle hand wash is all you need to keep your Caraway looking fresh!
What type of tools should I use with the cookware & bakeware?
Wooden, silicone, plastic, or nylon utensils are all great to use with your Caraway products! Rough, sharp edges of metal utensils can damage the non-stick coating, and we strongly recommend that you avoid these.
How safe is your non-stick coating?
Our ceramic non-stick is made from inorganic natural ingredients which are all 100% safe to use in contact with all foods (and FDA approved). Plus, the absence of potentially dangerous chemicals like PTFE, PFOA, PFAS, Lead, and Cadmium means that there is no chance of harmful materials leaching into your food, even if you accidentally scratch or overheat your pan.
Do Caraway products have a warranty?
Our cookware and bakeware have a limited one-year warranty covering any major damage to the body, handles, lids, or anything else that functionally impairs the cookware, other than discoloration or damage through wear & tear. Read more here.