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teakettle help

Original post made by Claire on Sep 9, 2006

Does anyone know what metal is safe for use for the interior of a teakettle? From what I've read, nickel is poisonous, aluminum and possibly iron may cause Parkinson's, and stainless steel contains nickel and chromium. Am I supposed to use a wood cauldron?

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