A video review of the Yoshi Blue was recently posted on YouTube by Logan Maxwell. Logan hates using Teflon coated pans but also can’t stand when food sticks to his cast iron pans. He was thrilled to find the Yoshi Blue because it is a non-stick pan that has absolutely no Teflon coating. “I cooked hamburger meat with garlic and everything for a Shepard’s Pie and all I did to clean it was blow on it and everything came out. It’s spotless,” he said.
To watch Logan’s full review of the Yoshi Blue, check out Logan Maxwell on YouTube.
The YoshiBlue was recently featured on As Seen on TV Promotions. The reviewer loved that the YoshiBlue made it possible to cook without any added oils, and she also loved the beautiful appearance of the pan. “Cleaning up YoshiBlue is simple too because no matter what you are cooking, you can just wipe it clean afterwards. Even melted sugar or cheese can be easily wiped off,” she said.
To read the full review of the YoshiBlue, check out As Seen on TV Promotions.
The Yoshi Blue Skillet was recently reviewed on YouTube by FixItUrselfDummy. The reviewer started by demonstrating how to properly season the Yoshi Blue skillet and also points out the importance of using plastic or wooden utensil. He begins by frying an egg and then moves on to cooking a steak and burning cheese in the pan. The Yoshi Blue passed every test; nothing stuck to the surface of the pan and cleanup was easy. “What can you complain about? It cannot be easier than this, it cannot get better than this- this pan is amazing,” he said.
To watch the full review of the Yoshi Blue Skillet, check out FixItUrselfDummy
The YoshiBlue skillet was recently featured on As Seen on TV Sale. The feature piece discusses YoshiBlue’s ability to cook food easily without the use of oil or butter. The Pan’s natural non-stick abilities make it a perfect pan for those looking to cook healthier. “With Yoshi Blue you will find cooking so much more fun. It is better than regular pans that you have used. Yoshi Blue does not get scratched so it always looks new. It even wipes clean with ease,” they said.
To read the full feature on the YoshiBlue Skillet, visit As Seen on TV Sale.
The YoshiBlue Skillet was recently featured on As Seen On TV Promoters as a “Top Product of the Week”! They chose the YoshiBlue for this feature because the skillet “can help you out of the cooking dilemma by allowing you to offer the food your family loves most, without the negative health consequences. With its innovative technology that incorporates Nano-Ceramics and pulverized diamonds, YoshiBlue possibly offers the best nonstick cooking surface available today.”
To read the full article on the YoshiBlue Skillet, check out As Seen On TV Promoters
Harriswr54321, from YouTube received the Yoshi Blue skillet for a birthday present and loved the pan so much he made a demonstration video to show how amazingly the pan worked! The first thing he cooked with the Yoshi Blue was a fried egg and it didn’t stick one bit. “Look at how that just rolls around there!” he said. The Yoshi Blue was certainly a good present for this fellow.
To watch his full review of the Yoshi Blue Skillet, check out his YouTube Channel.
A review of the YoshiBlue was recently posted by Wanda on Does-The-Product-work.com. Wanda bought her Yoshi Blue fry pan 3 months ago and is absolutely in love with the product. She says her only regret was not buying the vented lid with it. “It is the absolute best non-stick skillet I have ever used. Every time I use it I am still amazed. I can scramble eggs in it and clean it with nothing but a quick rinse under hot water, no soap, and dry with a microfiber towel,” she said.
To read Wanda’s full review of the Yoshi Blue, check out Does-The-Product-work.com.
The YoshiBlue skillet was recently featured on ReviewStream. The reviewer was skeptical of an As Seen on TV product but decided to try the YoshiBlue after researching the diamond infused nanotechnology. He put the skillet to the test by cooking with it over an open flame and attempting to scratch it with a metal scraper but the YoshiBlue held up to its claims and performed perfectly. “This skillet is actually pretty amazing. I haven’t used it for a long time so I can’t exactly give a true opinion on whether the Yoshi Blue is built to last. From what I have seen so far, this skillet is quite a good deal,” he said.
To read the full review of the YoshiBlue, check out ReviewStream.
A review of the Yoshi Blue Skillet was recently featured on the blog You’re Not Stupid. The reviewer hated the agonizing task of cleaning basic pots and pans but hated the idea of chemicals in her food even more, which made cooking a difficult task for this household. When her husband saw an ad for the Yoshi Blue, he immediately bought it. The reviewer thinks the Yoshi Blue skillet is a revolutionary cooking item and now uses it daily. She also loved that it came with a venting lid that makes it easy to steam fresh veggies for a healthy meal. She loved this pan so much that her only complaint was that it didn’t come in a bigger size! “If you’re into cooking, particularly healthy cooking, you can make your life a lot easier by trying out the Yoshi Blue. You’ll be able to cook without added fat and calories, and won’t have to deal with messy cleanup later,” she said.
To read the full review of the Yoshi Blue Skillet, check out You’re Not Stupid.
The YoshiBlue Skillet was recently put to the test by KWCH 12 Eyewitness News. After seasoning the skillet, Denise put the pan to the test by doing the same tests shown in the infomercial. Denise fried an egg, which easily slid around after a slight nudge and her pancake browned beautifully and flipped without effort. The two tests that really impressed her were the burnt cheese and burnt sugar tests. Both items should have produced a very sticky and hard to clean mess, but instead, both items wiped out of the pan with close to no effort. In the end, Denise was impressed with the skillet’s performance; “I’m pleasantly surprised by how well the YoshiBlue skillet works,” she said.
To watch the full review of the YoshiBlue Skillet, check out the KWCH 12 Eyewitness News.