Cookware, which would you choose??
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|Sat, 12-03-2011 - 10:33am|
I thought of putting this down in the healthy folder, but not as many people post there and wouldn't see it. I found this information at SparkPeople this morning. I've been wanting to begin buying new cookware pieces for a long time, but it's a mystery as to which would be the most healthy choice. The pros and cons is something important, I think, that we all should perhaps be aware of. What do you think?? Click on the link below......
My choices would be.....
1st choice...Anodized Alluminum..appears to be the most healthy and perhaps not too heavy to lift.
2nd choice..Enameled..also nonreactive healthy, but may be too heavy for my arthritic wrists.
3rd choice..Teflon or Silverstone..Silverstone would be my choice as I fear Teflon would flake into foods..newer ones are not unhealthy as I'd thought unless you heat them high enough to melt the pot. Light weight too.
I'm still undecided for certain and would have to research cost and weight. When I do buy them, it will probably be one piece at a time over a year or more depending on the cost.
Thank you for your input.