Re-sharing an older post! I took this picture of our back yard and realized that every element in the photos had a “Lead story” – so I thought it might be fun to annotate it and share it with you all, in case it could help you come up with some new ideas for making your own home lead-safe! Click […]
Newer Fiestaware Dark Blue Bowl: non-detect (negative) for lead, non-detect (negative) for mercury, non-detect (negative) for cadmium, This dish tested positive for arsenic at 50 ppm. • • • Tested with an XRF —- #XRFTesting #LeadedDishes • #LeadSafeDishes For safer choices in dishware options, click here.
Originally Published: December 24, 2016 Ask Tamara Question: Which mugs are lead-free? What mugs do you use in your home? Answer: When I first got my hands on an XRF and started testing things for lead one of the very first things I tested was my favorite set of Chantal mugs. I actually had a […]
Ask Tamara Question: Could you recommend a safe colander? Answer: Many of my readers find me by following the Facebook page for my documentary film. While the film is not primarily about lead in consumer goods it does touch on that subject – so on that page I post pictures of items I have tested […]
Ask Tamara Question: “What dishes do you use in your home every day?” [I get this question several times a day it seems!] Answer: To help keep our kitchen (and the food we feed our children!) lead-free, we have a combination of dishes that we have tested and found to be safe – from stainless […]
Close friends of mine know I have always been very passionate about baking. One of my very first business endeavors after graduating college was baking my famous biscotti (Auntie Tammy’s Biscotti) and selling it at local cafes in Marin County. Fast forward 27 years and now many of my followers want to know what I […]