I must admit I do not use Teflon pans any longer. In fact, much of my cookware is cast iron. No invasive metal pieces will be proliferating my body anymore as I am on a quest to purge the toxins that may have intensified this illness in the beginning.
Believe it or not, cast iron cookware is quite easy to assimilate to! All you need to do is heat the pan on medium/low heat for a minute or two, add a bit of butter, and let it swirl around the pan filling those noticeable grooves. You're set! And, yes, you can swirl that egg around just as you do on those toxic Teflon pans!
Here's a simple recipe for those days you want some 'meat' on your bones.
1-2 organic eggs at room temperature preferably
1 medium to large potato
Take your potato and microwave on high 3 minutes. Allow to cool and slice to 1/4 inch sections. You may peel it first if you like. Add butter to cast iron pan that has been heated as stated above. Add potatoes, salt, and pepper. Cook, turning until potatoes cast a delightful golden brown hue. Take pan off stove, rinse with water and wipe with paper towel. Place back on the stove and add a bit more butter to your liking, swirling pan. Don't allow butter to brown. Crack one or two eggs adding a bit more salt and pepper. As edges cook and middle becomes slightly solid, turn over eggs for one minute. Immediately remove from pan and serve.