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HungryHobbit | Sep 28, 201809:45 AM     15

Is there any danger in cooking in old, tinned copper? The tin is in decent shape, but clearly old and has a heavy patina. Doesn't appear to be flaking off or anything. Just bumpy and slightly rough in parts. Other than a few bogus articles on how tin "is al lead," and a wiki article, I can't find much.

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