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I Use This Oprah-Approved Cookware Brand Nearly Every Day, and It's Having a Rare Sale

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We all have that favorite skillet. The one that feels like an extension of your body as you flip and stir, that never makes it off the stovetop, that has helped you make old favorites and new experiments. For me, that's Material's Coated Pan, a 10.5-inch stunner that is sturdy enough to last through hundreds of meals without losing its slick nonstick surface. 

Material, the maker of my go-to pan, has developed quite the buzz since launching in 2018. Known for its thoughtfully designed tools, cookware, and tableware, the direct-to-retailer's collections continually sell out days after launching. Even Oprah Winfrey gave it her stamp of approval last year. And right now, it's offering a rare sale in celebration of its birthday—20% off the entire site with the code HERESTOYOU

Here's the catch: the discounts only last until March 24 at midnight PT. To help you make the most of the moment, I've picked out some of my favorite items in the sale (including that Oprah-loved knife set). Scroll down to learn more about my picks, or check out the entire selection here before the special offer ends.

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The Knives + Stand

$180 (was $245) at Material

Who says you have to hide your blades? This stylish knife block set features an 8-inch chef's knife, 6-inch serrated knife, and almost-4-inch paring knife made from strong Japanese steel, as well as a stand that keeps cutlery within reach without dulling the tips. No wonder Oprah approves.

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The Coated Pan

$76 (was $95) at Material

From silky scrambled eggs to seared pork chops and steak, I've used this pan morning, noon, and night for months. It's made with a copper core that heats quickly and evenly, while cleaning is as easy as wiping it with a soapy sponge. I have the gorgeous green mineral color, but it comes in golden dune, too. 

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The Open Bowl

$64 (was $80) at Material

When developing its ceramic tableware, Material decided on clay drawn from a custom blend of five types of natural Korean soil. Each piece is hand-finished and features slight differences in texture and color. But you don't need to be precious with these; the bowls are dishwasher- and microwave-safe.

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The Good Shears

$28 (was $35) at Material

You know those dull scissors that feel like they belong at a kids' craft table? Yeah, these aren't those. I've used my set to slice through herbs, poultry, and lots of plastic packaging without needing to sharpen its German stainless steel blades. 

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The reBoard

$28 (was $35) at Material

Made of recycled plastic and renewable sugarcane, these award-winning cutting boards are strong and sustainable. The 14.75-by-10.75-inch board is large enough to meal prep while still able to fit in the dishwasher. Or for littler tasks, check out the mini reBoard, which is 25% smaller. 

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The Almost 4-Inch Knife

$40 (was $50) at Material

When our product reviews team tested a dozen different paring knives, they loved Material's Almost 4-Inch Knife's super sharp and pointed tip for detailed slices and its long blade belly for peeling and chopping. One note: its handle can be a little slippery when wet.

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The Soft-Edge Turner

$16 (was $20) at Material

I've never used a spatula like this one, which is incredibly sturdy thanks to its reinforced nylon core. Its silicone coating hasn't scratched my cookware and is very easy to clean, and its curved edges are great when using round pans and skillets.