View Poll Results: Multi choice poll: Do you frequently eat food cooked in nonstick cookware?

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  • Frequently eat food cooked in nonstick cookware

    3 18.75%
  • Do not frequently eat food cooked in nonstick cookware

    8 50.00%
  • Consider nonstick cookware mostly safe

    1 6.25%
  • Consider nonstick cookware significantly risky

    7 43.75%
  • Other

    4 25.00%
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Thread: Do you frequently eat food cooked in nonstick cookware?

  1. #31

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    Thank you all for your views.

    Had expected anti-nonstick sentiment but bit surprised that so few consider nonstick cookware safe given their widespread use. Maybe risks are greater than cited in MSM reports, there are definitely many unknowns like other modern things (such as cell phone radiation etc). Sometimes I wonder maybe ignorance is a bliss.

    Took out the dusty Lodge cast iron skillete encouraged by suggestions above, after heavy butter seasoning it does seem much easier to cook eggs on.

    As for few comments about ceramic coated cookware, had looked into few on Amazon while back but got bit scared after reading comments about chemicals used on china made cookware/false advertizements. Will have to research more.



    Quote Originally Posted by NorthCarolinaLiberty View Post
    I don't cook my food, so no.

    But you still eat cooked food, I'm almost sure



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    Quote Originally Posted by enhanced_deficit View Post
    Thank you all for your views.

    Had expected anti-nonstick sentiment but bit surprised that so few consider nonstick cookware safe given their widespread use. Maybe risks are greater than cited in MSM reports, there are definitely many unknowns like other modern things (such as cell phone radiation etc). Sometimes I wonder maybe ignorance is a bliss.

    Took out the dusty Lodge cast iron skillete encouraged by suggestions above, after heavy butter seasoning it does seem much easier to cook eggs on.

    As for few comments about ceramic coated cookware, had looked into few on Amazon while back but got bit scared after reading comments about chemicals used on china made cookware/false advertizements. Will have to research more.






    But you still eat cooked food, I'm almost sure
    Oldtimers use bacon grease or crisco to season...

    Modern 'science' calls for grapeseed oil.

    Butter burns too easily to use for seasoning but it's good to cook with.

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    bacon grease or coconut oil here to season.. sometimes both depending on if I have bacon grease handy
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    Quote Originally Posted by fisharmor View Post
    The really good pans sold today might come close to the dime store crap of 100 years ago, but nobody's making anything similar to the nicer stuff of yesteryear.
    It's so hard to find good pans these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by opal View Post
    bacon grease or coconut oil here to season.. sometimes both depending on if I have bacon grease handy
    How does coconut oil season? I use it in my coffee and it makes the coffee less bitter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by opal View Post
    bacon grease or coconut oil here to season.. sometimes both depending on if I have bacon grease handy
    I use coconut oil to season my Lodge cast iron. I also use it to season my copper pan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by enhanced_deficit View Post

    But you still eat cooked food, I'm almost sure
    Well, actually I don't eat cooked. 100% raw.
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