As I’ve mentioned before, when I first had my “food conversion“, I went nuts in my kitchen, and one of the things I did was throw out all my Teflon or aluminum baking pans and replaced them with stainless steel or glass baking pans.
I love the 9″ stainless steel bread pans – if you get a good rise from the Bosch bread recipe, these pans make the perfect size for sandwiches and toast. I just ordered more, so I have enough for all 6 loaves with my Bosch. I’ve had mine for over 4 years. They clean up well and show no signs of wear. I also love my stainless steel cookie sheets, pizza pans, roasting pans, and cake pans.
UPDATE: One of my very favorites is this huge stainless steel electric pan that I’ve replaced my nasty Teflon skillet with:
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- Someday I plan to do a post on cookware, but for now, just start checking garage sales for cast iron, so you can weed out your Teflon pans. UPDATE – just found this great post from Mark’s Daily Apple on healthy cookware.