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When you think cookware think silicone.

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           LIVING GREEN - Friday, July 25, 2008

Good morning, 

When you shop for cookware do you immediately think Teflon? 
A lot of people do. I have several old Teflon pans in my 
own cabinets. But did you ever think that it might not be 
healthy for you or for the environment? 

Silicone cookware is gaining popularity as an alternative 
to Teflon coated baking trays and other kitchen utensils. 
The major problem with Teflon is Perfluorooctanoic Acid 
(PFOA), a toxic chemical which doesn't ever break down. 
Increasing amounts of  this substance are building up in 
our environment, in food chains - and ourselves. 

Scroll down for more about the advantages of silicone. 

Thanks for reading, 

Your Living Green editor 


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* Silicone is a type of synthetic rubber created from bonded 
silicon and oxygen. Silicon is a very common natural element 
found in sand and rock. 

* Silicone coatings are resistant to extremes in temperatures; 
from -40 F to 446 F. This makes silicone cookware suitable 
for fridge to stovetop/microwave to freezer and can help re-
duce the need for plastic wrap and foil. 

* Silicone rubber does not react with food, liquids and most 

* It's stain resistant, lightweight, recyclable and non-toxic 
to aquatic life and soil organisms. 


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