I found and baught on Ebay a stainless steel sheet pan. The description was that it was heavy and sturdy and made of 18/10 stainless. It was about 17 and something inches long including the rims. Perfect for my small oven. Anyway I baught it and when I received it I noticed on the sticker that was attached to the back that the procuct description said "16 inch" tray. So I guess what I baught was not a baking sheet but a serving tray. My question is, do you all think that it would still be ok to use as a baking sheet?
The ebay description said it was great for cookies, jelly rolls, etc.(so the seller believed it to be a baking sheet too) But if this pan was intended as a tray, then is it food safe? Is stainless steel always food safe? It is nice and heavy duty, would hold heavy meats without a problem.
And though the description on Ebay said it was made out of 18/10 stainless, there is nothing on the pan stamped that says what it is made out of.
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