I think this constitutes as food-related...
I need a new tea kettle, but I want one you can leave water in. All the ones I've been seeing tell you to not let water stand inside the teapot (to prevent rust forming), but this seems an unrealistic request.
Should I look for enamel or teflon coated tea kettles? Or will any tea kettle rust when water's left inside (and I just need to get used to emptying it out)?
Plus, if any of you have a tea kettle you're absolutely in love with, I'd love a recommendation. Non-shrieking whistle is a plus.
Thanks in advance.