As much as we are about clay cookware we are also about cooking healthy food in the clay pot so to that end we have started our blog where you will find many healthy clay pot recipes from around the world, cooking tips and How-To tutorials on using your pots for the multi-cooking functionality it was…Read More
Yogurt is best made in a clay pot and the two main reasons are a) the extremely efficient heat retaining capacity of the clay pot holds the heat for the longest time at just the right temperature for the culture to incubate and b) the micro-pores in the pot draws water out (and only water) slowly, making it thicker naturally…Read More
Chickpeas are known for their many health benefits: they are are chock full of fiber, protein and provide nutrients such as …Read More
The customers think these are the BEST pots & pans. What is it about MEC that makes them special? First lets …Read More
On the lookout for the safest cookware? Keep these 4 tips on your checklist: 1. What is your cookware composed of? The …Read More
Conventional cookware leaches metals and chemicals into your food. Read this interesting article that shows the proof.Read More
Cooking potatoes and yams can be a delightful treat or a bit of a mess depending on what pot you’re using.
When using MEC to steam cook your yams and potatoes they turn out way less starchy, more nutritious and thoroughly cooked.
Tis the season for soups and stews! This soup is chock full of fresh vegetables and flavor and turns out tasting much better in MEC clay pots.
Helpful tip; Cauliflower, peas, string beans and carrots are great vegetables to use in this soup.Read More
Cooking greens in your pure clay pots is a quick and easy process!
The following recipe can be done with any type of greens such as collard, turnip greens. Don’t limit yourself to just spinach and kale!
A few tip before you start: the best way to wash your greens is to soak the greens in still water for at least 5-10 minutes before rinsing.Read More
Cooking quinoa was an interesting experience because typically quinoa is cooked by boiling water adding quinoa and constantly stirring to prevent it from burning. Then to turn off the stove just to find that a lot of the quinoa is stuck to the pot and the texture is hard and chewy.
It is much simpler (and healthier!) to cook quinoa in a clay pot. There are only two steps…Read More