Smartware Bakeware

raspvalleyNovember 27, 2005

Hello,

I have been seeing infomercials on this product lately and am wondering if anyone has any of these products. They are a flexible silicone material. I was thinking of buying a set for my mother but wanted to find out more information on it. Any comments out there?

Thanks very much,

Carolyn

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kbuzbee

Hi Carolyn, I have several silicone pieces (different brand). They are okay but I MUCH prefer everything I have in stoneware (mostly Emile Henry) to ANYTHING I have in silicone. The Emile Henry is easier to clean but mostly it just bakes better. Better bread, better pie. Things cook more uniformly without burning. I am giving away all my silicon once I get around to that project.

Hope this helps,

Ken

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