How this no-nonsense clay makes the safest cookware today?

What according to you, makes the safest cookware? Is it free of toxins? Is it able to cook food in the healthiest way? Is it an eco-friendly pot? According to one pioneering company, the safest cookware is one that is 100% free from toxins, and can cook food healthfully. In recent years, Miriams Earthen Cookware (MEC) has changed the game by bringing back time-honored clay pots and pans into mainstream cooking. In contrast to all the ‘bells and whistles’ on much of the unsafe conventional cookware, these pots are hands-down the most no-nonsense safest cookware. Keep reading to learn more.

Toxin-free Inside and Out of the Safest Cookware

When harvesting raw material, no toxins are used to extract the clay. And, no toxins are used when MEC is making the cookware. Because these pots and pans turn out 100% non-toxic, there are no contaminants to leach into food when cooking and cause harm.

Raw material is 100 percent primary clay

MEC harvests the best quality clay, known as primary clay from locations inside the USA. It is tested for contaminants in a reputable state lab. Primary clay is the only known, All-Natural material free from toxins that can be used for making cooking pots.

No toxins added in the manufacturing process

In fact, MEC does not use additives, glazes or chemicals to the clay, while making the safest cookware. Each piece is individually handcrafted while keeping its main purpose in mind – cooking healthy food. When finished, each piece takes its own unique shape during firing, and comes in a reddish hue of fired clay.

Any kind of indentation may cause dirt to accumulate and bacteria to breed so the design of these pots and pans is simple yet ergonomic.

The Ease of Cooking in the Safest Cookware

Cooking in this safest cookware is as easy as it can get. Add all the ingredients at once, start on low. Then, raise to medium-low once the steam starts building up, and finally, cover the lid. Let your food cook till the steam starts leaving the pot and the food is fully done. This is pretty much how all recipes cook in MEC pots.

Why Would You Want to Cook in Clay? It is the Safest Cookware Today

Thanks to the purest raw material and absence of additives – there is no leaching of toxins into your food. Along with this assurance of safety, you can enjoy more nutritious meals. Food cooks with gentle far infrared heat so even the most delicate nutrients stay intact and food retains its health value. What more can one ask for when choosing the safest cookware for one’s family?

There is a satisfaction in providing food for the family and especially the loved ones who may have immune systems compromised or have chronic illnesses. At MEC, there is no bell or whistle, or catchy design that is worth the risks to those looking for the safest cookware.

These factors make this no-nonsense clay the perfect material for making the safest cookware for today. Ready to switch to the best alternative to toxic conventional cooking? Visit MEC’s online store and order a pot now to make sure your next meal cooks in the safest cookware.

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Sachin Sharma

I hail from a small but popular city of India known as Kurukshetra, mentioned numberless times in Indian/Hindu mythology because of some amazing historical events that supposedly took place there. I have done B.Tech in Information Technology but I decided not to be a Software Engineer as my qualification would have me be because it was all such a cliché. I love to live like a free spirit and do whatever I feel like doing at any moment. I have tried to work in multiple fields but none of them was interesting enough to keep me tied-up for too long. I am a typical Freelancer. I know I am destined to achieve greatness but when and how, I don't know yet.

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