NonStick Cookware Alternatives – Porcelain Enamel Cookware

What is Porcelain Enamel Cookware?

Porcelain enamel is made by heating a powdered glass formulation known as a frit to a very high temperature (at least 1380 degrees Fahrenheit). At this point, the frit liquefies and flows over the substrate (usually steel, cast iron or aluminum) and forms a very hard, durable finish. (Learn more about porcelain enamel.)

Is Porcelain Enamel Cookware Safe?

20200115At one time, porcelain enamel cookware was known to contain unsafe levels of lead and cadmium. Fortunately, modern manufacturing has now reduced these elements to amounts well below that permitted by the United States Food and Drug Administration. To be safe, consumers should only purchase high-quality products made by reputable firms. Avoid off-brands and cheap products not approved for sale in the United States.

Porcelain enamel cookware combines beauty, safety, and performance. Like ceramic cookware, enamelware is nonstick and does not have the potential toxicity issues of Teflon. Not surprisingly, porcelain enamel cookware has become very popular.

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Cobalt Blue Suit

The Cobalt Blue Suit by Allure Men offers a vibrant take on the classic blue suit. The rich cobalt coloring of the fabric allows for a bright and fresh appearance, impeccably crafted to give you the sophisticated look you crave. The slim and modern fit options of the cobalt pants give you the flexibility to choose your exact fit.

Make the Cobalt Blue Suit by Allure Men your next style for the exciting events in your life. Whether you’re standing by your buddy’s side on his wedding day, or attending a party and want to make a strong first impression, this suit will fit your needs. Lightweight and breathable, this suit is suitable for wear all year round. Pair with tan, black, or heather grey pants for a truly unique look.

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