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Is it better to bake with glass dishes or dark non-stick coated pans?

Is it better to bake with glass dishes or dark non-stick coated pans?
asked Sep 8, 2013 by jimmys mom (240 points)

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I really would prefer a caste iron pan that does not have a wooden handle.....2nd choice would be glass.......I do not use those coated  teflon pans......I do not use alumimun at all.
answered Sep 10, 2013 by josie (51,120 points)
edited Sep 22, 2013 by josie
Between those two, glass would be best.  I have never used non-stick coated pans to bake.  I use plain old metal pans that my mom used for many years, they are well "seasoned" and have always worked great.
answered Sep 11, 2013 by nan (1,300 points)
I do not use non-stick pans because I do not want to be eating that coating, and if you are cutting food with a knife or using a spatula, you most likely will get some of that into the food.  I use glass, aluminum, or metal pans.
answered Sep 11, 2013 by anonymous
Glass is the only option but if you are using coated pans you can put oiled papers or waxed paper  covering in side the pan that touches the cake mixture.
answered Nov 20, 2013 by Pujitha Ranawake (2,420 points)

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