I recently asked for advice on best places to purchase crepe pans, one element I did not ponder was how green and healthy my pan should be.
Christina Clark in Green those pots and pans (Green Daily, Feb 09) notes that there are drawbacks with each option.
Josh Peterson with Should You Avoid Aluminum and Teflon Cookware? (Planet Green, Jan 09) looks at health concerns.
In order to learn about this particular connection, I went to the Alzheimer's Society's fact sheet. They say that the link between Alzheimer's disease and aluminum is circumstantial and nothing conclusive has been proven."
Is there a point when kitchenwares coating or surface starts to wear out?
Depending on the make and material used for each pan, does the way they are washed affect how long they last and minimize emissions and other health issues.
There is even a Green Pan company from Belgium who claims to be the original one and uses 'Thermolon'.
Tiffany has a Green Pan Review on Nature Moms Blog (April 09)
I found some shopping guidelines on Big Green Purse.
Cooking and kitchen tools on the menu for Green Day # 111