Originally Published: November 24, 2022
UPDATED: February 23, 2023 – Thursday
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- Here’s the post with XRF test results for the Solidteknics iron pans.
- Here’s the post with XRF test results for the Solidteknics stainless pans.
Lynn Tapper says
what about iron release from the stamped iron pans – is it like the cast iron where iron leaches into your food? Iron seems to be a big issue these days as it contributes to many health issues (your body cannot absorb this type of iron?)
Looking for something non-stick and considering these – but the iron release?
I am surprised there is no response. I am at a cross – road. I want to improve my choices, but don’t want to throw out expensive cookware (most of which she has not specifically tested) just to trade problems!
Hello – with over 4,000 visitors to the site every day I cannot answer every question unfortunately – but I try! I never recommend (or use) any non-stick pans. Here’s an article I wrote that mentioned the concern about Iron, but primarily with the philosophy being to swap pans out (using different types pans [a mix of clear glass – stainless steel & iron] each day or throughout the day) and avoiding long-form cooking there should not be issues unless you have a medical concern that precludes the use of iron – read more here: https://tamararubin.com/2022/08/why-do-some-stainless-steel-cookware-items-have-a-prop-65-warning-isnt-stainless-steel-non-toxic/