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Hi Everyone,

I just found at Walmart these little toaster-oven sized cookie sheets and individual pizza pans, about 7 inches across. I think these will be perfect for toasting buns for sloppy joes, or tuna melts, or whatever. My question is: how will the shiny silver affect the pizza crust? Most of the cookbooks say to use grey non-stick, not black pans. I can't find anything about shiny silver. They are called GS EZ-Baker heavyweight steel bakeware. Made in Cleveland website http://www.gsmetal.com

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Most Wal-mart's carry Oneida brand nonstick bakeware. It's pricey, but it's really nice. It has a grey finish. I swear by Oneida for all my baking. Plus (I know, I know, you're not supposed to put nonstick stuff in the dishwasher) mine has held up PERFECTLY to multi-daily dishwasher cycles.

Before I was gluten free I had a shiny silver baking sheet and it didn't hold up well at all. The food I cooked on it came out okay though.

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I was sort of wondering if stuff might burn more easily. You know heat reflecting and gluten-free stuff always browns so much quicker...I like these because they're just the right size for single servings.

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