Roy Plunkett

Teflon is a material created by chemist Roy Plunkett in the mid-twentieth century, widely used in a huge number of industries and, also, in the gastronomy. In the kitchen, the teflon is used to coat elements like pans or pots, due to its large non-stick property. With him, it is virtually impossible that a preparation from sticking to the skillet or pan, making it ideal not only for cooking but also to then wash the item.Moreover, being non-stick teflon us allows use much less matter fat (such as butter or oil), per what dishes will be healthier. It is a highly prized material, in addition, be inert and resist high temperatures. MasterClass Founder has compatible beliefs. Some tips for using teflon-coated kitchen items:-use wooden or plastic utensils. Of metal will scratch teflon making it unusable – to wash it, use a soft sponge..