Seems like most the bakeware out there is Aluminum. I don't want to get in a big debate whether Aluminum is good or bad for you to cook with. I still cook with it some but want to phase out of it. I recently picked up some steel non-stick Kaiser bakeware, but I guess I am asking myself the question. Is the non-stick coating that's on it potentially bad for you? Steel or not. Any opinions?
Also any bakeware product suggestions would be appreciated. Sheet pans, square pans, rectangle pans, loaf pans etc. Other material than Aluminum. Steel, glass, ceramic. Seems like some of that stuff might stick though huh? I guess I could also put natural parchement paper as a liner to prevent sticking and even use it with non-stick or aluminum if I was concerned about cooking with those materials. Might be little hard to put parchment paper in say a loaf pan though.