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Thread: Pots and pans that do not leach toxins in food?

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    I have been cooking in the same pots and pans for 58 years. My husband takes a couple of perscriptions and I take none. Have four grown children and none of them take any perscriptions and are healthy. Common sense and eating lots of fruits and vegetables and good genes helps.

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    Yep, that is right! I can every thing I can from the garden. What I can not can I buy frozen.

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    I don't know about the leaching but I love my Salad master pots n pans. Cast iron is good for you because it actually releases good things. I'm sure lots of things leach but at what rate. We all take in things we shouldn't and usually don't know about but as long as the levels are low enough it doesn't hurt. Like last year they found out that the majority of rice picks up chemicals from the soil that isn't good for us. Who knows these days. I think the air is our worst enemy today, that and fast food
    Judy

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    I have salad master cookware and they are excellent for retaining vitamins and minerals and they are good cookware. I believe they are very over priced...week moment when I bought them. I also have Pampered Chef cookware and I use it most of the time.

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    I've been using T-Fal I got from QVC about 25-30 years ago. It is in perfect shape. I just googled and here is one article.

    http://www.prevention.com/food/healt...-cookware-safe

    we are still alive so,I guess that is good!!
    Alyce

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolaiken View Post
    Remember the amber colored Vision Ware glass pots and pans that came out about 30 years ago? Still using them and won't give them up! My brother looks out for them at thrift stores and replenishes on the occasion dear hubby manages to break the handle off one. I do have one Calphalon stainless steel frying pan that my sister gave me a couple of years ago and I do like to use it when frying because it cleans easily. I agree that everything is a sales pitch these days and every single thing is going to kill us!

    My mom bought a set of Vision cookware in the mid 80s when she bought a house that had a flat top range(no burners). She was skeptical about it but ended up loving it. A few years later the house burned down. One of the few items salvaged from the fire was her cookware. She still has it to this day.

    Cari

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    I use stainless steel, the new ceramic non-stick and corning ware (mine is the old stuff that works on the stove, oven and microwave). I had revere ware but got tired of polishing/cleaning the copper so I bought the stainless steel set from Costco when All Clad made the Kirkland brand. Have used them for (oh my) 20+ years. I also have one Calphon small soup pan that I also use a lot. I have been getting rid of the pieces that I don't use any more and replacing some of the small Corning ware pieces that I used before kids and gave DD.
    QuiltnLady1

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