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Pure enameled aluminium or enameled copper without nanotoxins

quick search on the internet says enemel is glass and ceramic is widely misused and contains glue, nanoparticles or teflon.

I'd order this if they are telling the truth about bottome enemail:
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Dec 10, 2013
VictorA in Cookware

Pure enameled aluminium or enameled copper without nanotoxins

Could be - that's why they force ceramic aluminium cookware which has a layer of glue between..

Dec 10, 2013
VictorA in Cookware

Pure enameled aluminium or enameled copper without nanotoxins

Interesting, however I don't have time to study and read, I need workable solutions now ;)

Alu and copper is probably harder to enemail because they have lower melting point.

Or maybe it isn't.

Dec 10, 2013
VictorA in Cookware

Pure enameled aluminium or enameled copper without nanotoxins

Great job, but why ceramic instead of enemail??

How hard is to make just a cheap simple thick alluminum with pure enemail??

Dec 09, 2013
VictorA in Cookware

Pure enameled aluminium or enameled copper without nanotoxins

YES!!!

Actualy I have one near the fridge, faucet and stove. That way it flows through iron and stainless steel which would normally destroy water in food.

Dec 09, 2013
VictorA in Cookware

Pure enameled aluminium or enameled copper without nanotoxins

Anyone that makes jewlery can enemail copper or aluminium.

It isn't such a big deal for cookware manufacturers.

Dec 09, 2013
VictorA in Cookware

Pure enameled aluminium or enameled copper without nanotoxins

Ceramic isn't enemail, it has non-stick bad stuff in it.

Tin or silver lining is ok but it is expensive and slightly reactive.

Aluminium or copper enameled is the best trade off.

Dec 09, 2013
VictorA in Cookware

Pure enameled aluminium or enameled copper without nanotoxins

I just want simple enemaled aluminium or copper pot. That's all.

Nov 29, 2013
VictorA in Cookware

Pure enameled aluminium or enameled copper without nanotoxins

Best for growing and preparing food are diamagenic materials.

Source: Victor Schauberger

Nov 29, 2013
VictorA in Cookware

Stock pot: Stainless steel, aluminum or enamel?

Enameled is the only material that is non-reactive (beware: pure enamel and not porcelain or nonstick).

Nov 29, 2013
VictorA in Cookware

Pure enameled aluminium or enameled copper without nanotoxins

I haven't studied that but is seems like the Rudolf Steiner's school.

For example if you ever teard that steel knife leaches energy form lemon? So you need something diamagnetic - copper, silver, wood etc. Since metals are reacitve the best choice is ceramic, wooden or plastic knife for lemons :)

Nov 29, 2013
VictorA in Cookware

Klok ceramic knives at Ocean State Job Lot

Try with strong magnet if it is really ceramic.

Everyone should have a ceramic because they don't leech energy from the fruits and vegetables.

Nov 29, 2013
VictorA in Cookware

Pure enameled aluminium or enameled copper without nanotoxins

Yes, it is a bit harder to enamel aluminium and copper (because they can't stand temperatures over 600C) but it really isn't a big deal.

It probably isn't profitable to produce cheap, healty and quality cookware.

Nov 29, 2013
VictorA in Cookware

Pure enameled aluminium or enameled copper without nanotoxins

"
<The only enamel-interior pans I know of aside from enameled cast iron are Chantal's Copper Fusion line,..>

Le Creuset makes a straight enamel-coated carbon steel pan, with a stainless rim. This construction only seems to be available in stockpots and teakettles. "

Thanks for the input. It is true that enamel is poor in thermal conductivity but it is thin and the ONLY non-reactive surface.

Seems that you're right about Chantal. I don't trust LeCreuset, I'm not sure it is pure enamel, I see they produce all kinds of nasty stuff like nonstick/ceramic coating and anodized aluminium.

But the pricing is unbelivable. I can get 10 normal enameled pots for the price of 1, but I still might get this Chantal Copper Fusion pot because it seems it is the only thing on the market.

Nov 29, 2013
VictorA in Cookware

Pure enameled aluminium or enameled copper without nanotoxins

Yes, better themal conductivity means better heat transfer and distribution - better cooking:

STAINLESS STEEL 16 Wm°K
CAST IRON 58 Wm°K
ALUMINIUM 225 Wm°K
COPPER 392 Wm°K

Copper is the best and is also DIAMAGNETIC if you're into energetics of food. But is more expensive than aluminium.

Aluminium is around 5 times more thermally conductive than iron and steel which is a huge difference. And it is PARAMAGNETIC which is way better than iron and steel which are ferromagnetic (they leech energy from food).

The problem is that producers have no clue what they are doing so they line aluminium and copper with different chemicals or steel instead of just enemaling it.

So I'm just looking for alu or copper cookware with simple enemail layer without other metals and teflon.

Nov 22, 2013
VictorA in Cookware

Pure enameled aluminium or enameled copper without nanotoxins

I've been searching the whole internet and asking manufacturers but everyone is clueless:

Who makes enameled aluminium or copper cookware but:

-without "non-stick" polymers
-without ceramic-teflon stuff
-without nano-particles

Just really simple a pot made out of normal aluminum + enemail (glass). Nothing spectacular. Or it can be copper + enamail which is a bit more expenisve.

Unlike all other cookware pure aluminum+pure enemail is cheap, light, non-reactive, thermaliy good conductive and durable sulution.

Nov 21, 2013
VictorA in Cookware