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Competition: win an eco friendly frying pan, from NakedPan

The Ecologist and the NakedPan team up this month to offer one lucky reader a chance to win an eco friendly frying pan


All you have to do is:

1. Complete the form to the right
2. Answer the question correctly
3. Comply with the following terms and conditions*

The NakedPan is made from recycled cast iron (75%) and is itself recyclable. The more the pan is used, the better it becomes! With unique design specifics to include from cooker to table function and incorporating traditional artisan craftsmenship. The NakedPan is functional for cooking on gas, electric, Aga, open fire and induction.

NakedPan is a product produced by Oigen Foundry. Situated about 500km NNE of Tokyo, Oshu city, Iwate is said to be a treasury of Japanese folklore. Oigen is one of the traditional Edo Period "1852" manufacturers of traditional cast iron products. The surrounding area of Iwate is so blessed with nature that macrobiotic chefs and people who admire slow food go there for its food supply. In a setting like that of old Japan, studios of just 50 workers produce traditional hand-made quality products that are used around the world.

* Full terms and conditions

This competition is only open to residents of the UK only.

There is one frying pan to be won by an Ecologist Reader, which will be drawn from the entrants, at random, 12pm GMT 10th February, 2012.

Winner will be notified by email on the 10th of February, 2012. In order to claim the prize we must have a response to our confirmation email by Noon on 10th February 2012, or another winner will be drawn.

No cash alternative - Prize is non-refundable, non exchangeable.

The Ecologist does not accept entries from Automated Entry Competition Services.  Entries which are filled in by AECS will be disqualified.

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