Schwartz Chinese Wok Gift Set at Argos for £8.99
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Schwartz Chinese Wok Gift Set at Argos for £8.99

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Found 21st Jan
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, 16 February
Chinese New Year 2018

Explore the delicious world of Chinese cuisine and create an authentic dining experience in the comfort of your own home with this Schwartz Chinese Wok set. Serve your meals in style with these vibrant rice bowls and accompanying chopsticks.

  • Complete with a handy recipe and cooking instructions for Chinese style beef in a star anise and soy marinade on the outer packaging.
  • Struggling for recipe ideas? Why not take a look at Schwartz's extensive product portfolio and handy step-by-step recipe guides for inspiration on other well-known Chinese dishes.
  • Includes 1 x wok, 2 x pairs of wooden chopsticks, 2 x ceramic bowls, 1 x 58g jar of Schwartz chinese five spice, 1 x 15g Schwartz star anise spice carton.
  • EAN: 5038635057729.
  • Wok is not suitable for use on induction hobs.

4.8 stars good reviews non stick pan

The Argos stock check results:- 226 have the item instore & 94 have the item available for reservation.
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Those bowls have such sad faces.

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Good price for the wok and and all the trimmings there @ChihuahuaDaddy
Can't find info about the material that this has been made of.. Also if it has a non stick coating its a no-no for me.
High temperature makes those cotings release toxic materials.. and woks are all about high temperature
Edited by: "sblmbb" 22nd Jan
sblmbb4 h, 33 m ago

Can't find info about the material that this has been made of.. Also if it …Can't find info about the material that this has been made of.. Also if it has a non stick coating its a no-no for me.High temperature makes those cotings release toxic materials.. and woks are all about high temperature


do you really think Schwartz's would sell you something that's a danger to health, get a grip, sits here shaking head in disbelief at what I just read
Good deal! Will get one of these myself. Thanks for posting.
psmith19581 h, 7 m ago

do you really think Schwartz's would sell you something that's a danger to …do you really think Schwartz's would sell you something that's a danger to health, get a grip, sits here shaking head in disbelief at what I just read



The concerns raised by sblmbbare sound.

Non stick coatings when overheated will release a number of chemicals that are extremely toxic. This has not only been proven by independent testing but is also acknowledged by the manufacturers of the coatings, including Dupont responsible for the Teflon brand.

The important thing to note is that this is only said to occur when the coating is overheated. Not during normal use. Sources dissagree on the exact temperature, but most manufacturers advise not going over 500 degrees f during normal use.

Do you measure the temp of your wok in use? I don't.


I wont be avoiding non stick goods in the future, however I will say that assuming that any company is looking out for me, rather than focussing on lowering costs and making a profit, would be extremely naive.
Edited by: "distracted247" 22nd Jan
psmith19581 h, 31 m ago

do you really think Schwartz's would sell you something that's a danger to …do you really think Schwartz's would sell you something that's a danger to health, get a grip, sits here shaking head in disbelief at what I just read


Are you being sarcastic? I can't tell.
distracted2473 h, 11 m ago

The concerns raised by sblmbbare sound. Non stick coatings when overheated …The concerns raised by sblmbbare sound. Non stick coatings when overheated will release a number of chemicals that are extremely toxic. This has not only been proven by independent testing but is also acknowledged by the manufacturers of the coatings, including Dupont responsible for the Teflon brand.The important thing to note is that this is only said to occur when the coating is overheated. Not during normal use. Sources dissagree on the exact temperature, but most manufacturers advise not going over 500 degrees f during normal use.Do you measure the temp of your wok in use? I don't.I wont be avoiding non stick goods in the future, however I will say that assuming that any company is looking out for me, rather than focussing on lowering costs and making a profit, would be extremely naive.



This is so true. My local paper is full of stories of people becoming overcome by toxic fumes whilst making a bit of stir fry.
It's right up there as one of the nations biggest killers.
Those bowls have such sad faces.

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Zuulan7 h, 53 m ago

Those bowls have such sad faces.[Image]


Must be because they feel so empty
I only use carbon steel woks. As soon as you start to get these up to a proper heat non stick ones die
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