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Anolon cookware and PFOA's

Ronbo36 | | Aug 5, 2012 04:27 PM

I have a set of Anolon cookware, and am concerned about ingesting any of the non-stick coating that has been slowly removed from the bottom surface of the cookware during cooking.

I only use nylon utensils, and hand wash the cookware, but the bottom of the wok, and of the other pots and pans still show many small scratches and chips. I have searched the Internet, but can't find any info addressing this problem. I would appreciate any input on this topic.

Also, I am in the process of switching to either carbon steel, or ceramic coated cookware that is PSOA free. I noticed the blog on this website concerning Japanese made "SS" brand carbon steel cookware, anybody know what the brand name "SS" stands for?

I followed the offered links to the Japanese stores that were suggested as a source, but could not find anything offered by that name. There was some Yamada cookware offered that looked like it might be good.

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