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דניאל דוקטופסקי  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, August 25, 2010 2:16:37 PM(UTC)
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Opinions, and I wanted to clarify the issue.

What kind of cookware can handle

Of course that would be easier with Teflon is excellent (and appropriately), but I have an aluminum pot easy I bought, etc which Tin Pan lightly we had at home.

Both look great but

Can he stick to them?

And another thing-the salesman told me that aluminium distributor toxins during cooking.

This is serious or just a familiar scare tactics trying to push me a lot?

Thank you

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, August 25, 2010 3:10:37 PM(UTC)
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You've got a great House in terms of weight, and of course it's not toxic. And anyone who tells you otherwise is talking nonsense.

The salesman tried to trick you to buy a new cooker. Should be careful not to fall into the trap.

As it relates to food sticks, so if this happens, no light cleaning aluminum vessels. Some water and dirt, sand and it is brilliant as new and clean just like after cleaning at home.

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#3 Posted : Wednesday, August 25, 2010 7:25:14 PM(UTC)
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The ideal is of course a potjiekos recipe.

Stable, reliable, you can tie it to the strips and. ..

There's only one problem: his weight: my little poich (No. 2 this 5.5 liters) weighs about 15 pounds. The idea of carrying it will make ultrasound to heart attack, if yachtsmen because know one swore that two legs trip you get to mount karkom insisted one guaranteed dating poich and formidable than my apitskl.

One of the problems with the remaining food poich is in the pot after cooking oxidizes.

I don't know about aluminum, although here it could be the fate of the remaining food in the pot.

Worry your heart – after a few days of basic table manners, Cook food you already eat from the pot/pan and transfer to a plate, the appetite will be greater until you leave any crumbs.

Teflon-not recommended for cooking adventure (bonfire). The coating will burn you quickly and the food will taste horrible. And from experience, rice, Couscous and bulgur never go well in Teflon.

As yankele go-go on aluminum said: cheap, easy to carry, cleans easily with sand, and efficient without the blowtorch.

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#4 Posted : Wednesday, August 25, 2010 9:06:44 PM(UTC)
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Cool,

On this occasion I recommend home store at the Arab market in Jerusalem's old city,

20 shekels before bargaining.

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#5 Posted : Thursday, August 26, 2010 12:36:37 AM(UTC)
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יענקל'ה,
I'm sorry to differ with you on the issue of toxicity.
Aluminium pots and indeed when cooking them is released particles of aluminum increased except for factor bachshypa lserten dance nerves too and other diseases associated with exposure to heavy metals.
(If you'd like to send you articles and studies on the subject).
About contamination of food, Yes, more likely becoming the food so what???? And this trip is not so bad.
Whether that's worth another question the answer is a matter of budget.
And by the way that this toxic scratched Teflon as aluminum.
So I think that the ultimate solution is stainless steel or titanium pot (have money).

Maayan
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#6 Posted : Thursday, August 26, 2010 2:00:18 AM(UTC)
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Aluminum is cancer? Negative. There is no evidence that aluminum is cancer. There is sufficient evidence that aluminum is not cancer.

Aluminum is not heavy metal, not the specific weight but to atomic weight is 13. Who writes the wrong cancer and aluminum.

Does aluminum poisoning? The level of use of the aluminum is toxic for Israel. And so have the answers.

The FDA also found that using a fully aluminum. That should be enough.

You talk about the toxicity of aluminum when it enters the digestive and respiratory system through nutrient and various medications and dosage.

In addition, it is also at risk of exposure to aluminum in vacuum environment produce aluminum and its derivatives.

All the articles you find are talking about exposure similar to the level of exposure.

So no need to "intimidate" anyone using aluminum utensils for cooking.

Titanium? If you use Bank surplus Titanium is actually very easy and wonderful.

Also it only stainless steel? Slightly more expensive and heavy.

Here's an example of how you can intimidate with stainless steel: stainless steel contains a lot of chrome, and oxidation 6 chrome from cancer!!! You can intimidate everyone with corrosion if not punctual and partial facts.

Teflon: Perfluorooctanoic acid substance used in manufacturing Teflon. This substance is classified as very likely kratinogeni.

The way to tell the salesman can't use polytetrafluoroethylene (Teflon) because he is a cancer.

I don't like commercial delights scaring people for no reason.

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#7 Posted : Thursday, August 26, 2010 9:03:51 AM(UTC)
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The trouble with spring in chemistry.
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#8 Posted : Thursday, August 26, 2010 11:08:00 AM(UTC)
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I know all the facts yet I noted this chooses to use non-aluminum pots pots.
I didn't say heavy metal aluminum is rather similar to heavy metal.
And this is really about "chronic toxicity" is caused from the use and exposure to particles.

There are plenty of products on the market is dangerous and I think it's important to know that there is a risk from these products — continued from here I think was a great distance.
Anyone who chooses to take seriously all words of any store salesman and run sense it really is a problem.
Bisphenol A also is problematic and it nirlis water bottles we use again and again (relatively low amount of released when there is a bottleneck in the Barretts or any other structural defect) however in thermal paper that we receive acceptance in any grocery store or super store has the bulk material and is free, and most of us don't know.

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#9 Posted : Thursday, August 26, 2010 6:42:06 PM(UTC)
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Should be precise in defining the risk of plastic bottles them another example to illustrate the issue of precaution, carelessly.

Right: Bisphenol A is a carcinogen. It is used as raw material in the manufacture of polycarbonate plastic bottles that the mineral water.

Not true: Bisphenol A is released into the water because of scratches on the plastics.

Right: Bisphenol a loose heating as a result of the polycarbonate (at low levels). Therefore, the plastic baby bottles it may. undergoing heat several times a day, and boiling for disinfection is made of other materials, but bispanol.

Right: thermal paper contains Bisphenol a high rchozim (not as a result of dissolution).

Did you know that people receive cancer exposure to Super receipts or gas stations? I could find no information on this.

What can I do? Like everything in life first needs to know the facts and then act accordingly. The problem is, most of the crowd doesn't know the facts.

That's why some people behave carefully in order to avoid trouble, and there are those who behave "recklessly" lack of knowledge, and the second group sadly is Rabbi.

To go back to aluminum pots: they are safe for use on excursions, not grind them and drinking water with aluminum powder.

And thanks to the spring that caused me to run what's left of my base memory was originally 640K but diminished over time. Does anyone know how to upgrade?

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#10 Posted : Sunday, August 29, 2010 12:29:53 AM(UTC)
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Comforted, יענקל'ה upgrade: Bill Gates famously ruled two decades ago and that nobody in the world does not need more than that.
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#11 Posted : Sunday, August 29, 2010 12:38:22 AM(UTC)
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I forgot ...
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#12 Posted : Thursday, September 2, 2010 8:28:42 PM(UTC)
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Actually:

1. stainless steel saucepan (including removing jachnun) due to their tendency to burn the food on the bottom. Prefer a double saucepan bottoms, and pay the fine weight 50 grams on food and less burnt. About health, I have no idea but in terms of practical personal cooking easier with stainless steel and titanium, probably because the heat transfer plate In the field we (or at least I) do not use with flame control cost and combines with a fire so that certain fire might very well happen and removed "hard worker" in terms of the thermal requirements.

2. remove hard to clean non-stick surface if the food burns or infected, then Peel coating's tendencies. There are pots, pretty, with a very durable coating and cost accordingly. So I go back to stainless steel and titanium, easy to clean them with sand and grass and are not nshrts at the bottom as easily as soft aluminum (scratches and it not clear accumulated food not bad but unpleasant and irritating in roasting, ensuring uniformity in the danger posed is not hot-pot and zaps most bacteria but it's annoying to clean up and see).

3. we shouldn't be slaves to our equipment. Always be removed and more expensive, special, see p98 backpack makes coffee with a thick foam. The secret is knowing what to do, but when you have good item knowing that investors be whit. I saw people who left equipment worth several hundred $ on the lane that was too heavy and they couldn't take it. Buy wisely.

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#13 Posted : Thursday, September 2, 2010 8:53:10 PM(UTC)
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As someone who has some caffeine in the blood in the body-How create thick Turkish kaimak with cardamom using Backpack? Backpack day will do that or something fancy is needed?

BTW, I use an aluminum pot, goddamn army skillet I bought at the flea market $ 30 remains in food while scratching just dishes and fragrance on the outer walls of soot-smoked flavor and sweet.
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#14 Posted : Thursday, September 2, 2010 9:00:41 PM(UTC)
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It depends on the amount of memory. Those that come with 1 terabyte of nonvolatile memory can also go faster than those who only come only with 800 GB!
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#15 Posted : Friday, September 3, 2010 7:55:33 PM(UTC)
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To Arad had all kinds of pots that are not known (in East-South America).
From Arad of the food isn't enough (because they were too small), so we bought a large pot jachnun
We made holes in the top and is wire handles.

Don't know whether toxic or non-toxic (are we good, for now ...), practical exam:
-Very cheap.
-Can be found in a variety of sizes depending on people.
-Lightweight and takes up a lot of space because you can insert into your cooking accessories etc.
The food doesn't stick to the bottom, just need to know how to manipulate him. The shtmshnio in bnziniia that was hung over, so we were shachno, boil for a few minutes (low heat) then leave the lid closed and waiting 10-15 tops, and everything was ready iopiff without having to paste.
-Unlike Teflon pot, it is very easy to clean the pot with thin sand and a pebble and then rinse with a little water. The sand oil.

In short, highly recommended! LiorEl 40424.7059490741
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#16 Posted : Sunday, September 5, 2010 12:54:25 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = yankale17]

Aluminum is cancer? Negative. There is no evidence that aluminum is cancer. There is sufficient evidence that aluminum is not cancer.

יענקל'ה-your responsibility (and the remainder left for his father from Chennai I made today Ben Shemen)

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