posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 03:07 PM
Hello there I'm sure you've all seen these around, various cookware products made from heat treated silicone. Obviously the benefits being they can
be heated, but are also incredibly flexible, and non-stick. This is all very well, but what I wonder is whether or not there are chemical agents in
this cookware which make them 'dangerous' particularly after long term use?
We all know that aluminium foil and cling film both have chemicals which can be dangerous for development. Particularly the wide use of Bisphenol A in
food products is a tad worrying to say the least. Although some retailers are now making steps to remove it from packaging sold in their stores, this
is a long process, and for several generations, the damage has already been done!
I love to cook, and I love my food, but I am also very weary of chemicals being involved unnecessarily in the cooking process. So obviously I would
like to take steps to avoid this inquired saturation of nasties in my diet!
Here's the type of stuff I'm talking about;