At least once this week, try cooking in something besides a nonstick pan. Once you figure out the tricks, you’ll learn to love your #castiron, #carbonsteel, and #stainlesssteel pans as much as we do. Plus, they will last literally forever if you take care of them, unlike traditional nonstick pans. So, whether it’s your eggs in the morning, your grilled cheese for lunch, your pizza for dinner, or even some dessert, give alternatives to nonstick a chance. Click through the link in bio for our tips and tricks for cooking without toxic non-stick coatings. Tag @because_health and #BHchallenge in your photos and tell us your favorite #notnonstick swap. 📸 :@thehumbleoven, our talented writer and cook
That's why it makes our roundup for alternatives to nonstick pans! #becausehealth #debuyer #notnonstick #alternativetononstick #nontoxiccooking #nontoxicliving #nontoxic #carbonsteel A seasoned carbon steel skillet not only has character but it is as slippery as a brand-new nonstick, it sears better, doesn’t have a synthetic coating and lasts forever. ⠀ ⠀ Some even say it’s the pan that does it all! ⠀ ( #📷 @debuyerusa )
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We recommend skipping the #nonstick pans and instead using ones that are made of #castiron, #carbonsteel, or #stainlesssteel. All of those can achieve a similarly non-stick surface without any of the chemicals used to make other pans non-stick.
Use cold tap water instead of hot whenever you are cooking. Lead often enters homes from old lead pipes in the plumbing. But, lead is more likely to sneak into hot water than cold water. By simply using cold water, you can make a difference in the amount of lead in your food when you cook. Check the link for a more in depth explanation and some tips for making that cold water boil faster. #nlppw2018 #lead #tapwater #cooking #cookingtips #nontoxic #nontoxiccooking #becausehealth #quicktip #Repost @aquasana ・・・ October 21st - 27th is National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week. Did you know: it's estimated that as many as 63 million Americans have been exposed to lead in their tap water. Have you had your water tested for lead?

That means more cooking. With all that cooking, you are going to want to make sure you have some great cookware - meaning pans. While nonstick pans may sound like a good thing, the chemicals used to make that magical nonstick coating aren't very good for you or the world. Instead, pick up some of these great alternatives to nonstick pans. We love them all!

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