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Cookina ReUsable Parchment Paper

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Cookina has this most amazing parchminum paper – it goes from the oven to the table. I love to bake this is great for cookies and candies when I am throwing a party. Just roll them out and put on the sheet, pop in the oven, let cool and take to the table. This saves me so much time – especially through the holidays. I am the pie, cake, candy maker of the family and I start a week before each holiday and am cooking as they are walking through the door. I love it! I love cooking for my family and I love how Cookina has made this easier for me. 

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Parchminumtm technology offers higher non-stick performance, this thinner sheet provides better heat transfer, so easy to clean, safe with all utensils (including metal). One box is equivalent to 25 boxes of aluminum foil or parchment paper. It is approximately 8 times less expensive to use than aluminum foil and approximately 11 times less expensive than parchment paper.

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The Cookina ring design is their symbol of their quality and also helps you store after using and cleaning up. Clean up is very simple – soak if needed and wash in warm soapy water, use the scour pad that is included, do not use sharp utensils or scouring agents, do not fold or crease, store flat or rolled with your ring, you can use both side and this specific one can’t be used on your bbq.

But good news they make them for your bbq!! I love to cook out and grill as much as I love to bake so this is amazing! I can now grill my beautiful fruit, veggies and meats and take off the grill and set up on the picnic table. On to the next dish. I love to cook and Cookina has my favorite hobby to the next level.

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Victoria

Tuesday 27th of December 2016

are these safe to use on bottom of convection ovens. We have been told by repairmen not to put anything on the bottom as it will cause problems and void warranty but think he was speaking about foil

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