How Do I Clean My Ceramic Nonstick Pot?

published Mar 11, 2015
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Q: My ceramic nonstick pot is white on the inside. I have cooked several foods in it and now it is getting brownish. I noticed it got even more brown after I cooked black beans in it.

But if it is a pot, I presume that I should be able to cook anything with it!

So, my question is: Is there anything that should not be cooked in this type of pot? Also, how can I clean it up so that the inside gets back to white? I just read that baking soda with water is a good way of cleaning the pots. Should I try that method?

Sent by Angelina

Editor: The ceramic nonstick should definitely be a versatile pot that you can use for just anything, so don’t be afraid to use it! As for cleaning, definitely try the baking soda with water mixture, or you an also try coarse salt to try to scrub the brown stuff off.

Readers, what do you use to clean ceramic nonstick cookware?