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July 15, 2018

Flip Pan goes Global

Post by Debra Murray

The Flip Pan is a remarkable cooking innovation,  it is two rectangle pans hinged together with a gasket,  so you flip the pan,  not the food.  So hard to cook things like eggs, omelets, fish you can flip effortlessly without a spatula.  The pan design keeps splatter in the pan,  so things like bacon are easier to cook without harm.  Not to mention the rectangle design allows you to cook 40 more food than a round fry pan.

The pattened hinge and gasket cause the Flip Pan to become a low pressure, pressure cooker.  Locking in flavors and nutrients so food cooks faster, has more flavor and vegetables have more nutrient and color retention than traditional cooking where all that escapes.

The DNA of this pan is unlike any other pan in the culinary industry,  the interior is made of die-cast aluminum,  it is cast in a mold like a cast iron,  aluminum performs like cast iron with its ability to conduct and retain heat,  however, it is not as heavy.  After the casting the pan is then wrapped with Titanium and ceramic,  these materials, strengthen the pan, and give you a PFOA<PTFE free surface,  so the nonstick is health and not needing tons of oils or sprays  The final finish is Diamond Dust. The Diamond dust traditional used in sharpening knives is super hard surface and one of the best Thermal heat conductors.  So you get easy to handle, chemical-free nonstick which is a fast heating machine.

Although the pans are hinged together, the pans can be used independently,  one side is a griddle,  one side is a grill pan.  So you can make fabulous crepes, or score the prettiest of steaks or burgers.  When the pans are hinged together they create a low-pressure environment,  so you can literally pressure fry fried chicken just like the Colonel,  with no mess or smell.  Check out our website for the free original recipe.

The Diamond Flip Pan makes an appearance on The Shopping Choice shopping channel in Canada on Sunday, July 15, 2018, at 9:00 am, noon and 6:00 pm.  You can watch the show live and call in and speak with Debra Murray and the Host.  Or you can watch online.  You will not want to miss this fabulous pan wait till you see how much better you can cook!