Have you ever heard of poly-perfluoroalkyl substances? It’s a tough word to pronounce, but it’s tougher to avoid it still. These substances, also known as PFASs are in fact chemicals – man-made chemicals found in non-stick pans and other types of household products. When non-stick pans first came out on the market, everyone loved them. …Read More
Cooking pottery has been around for centuries, but its effectiveness has not been diminished at all with the passing of time. Then and now, pure clay cookware remains the number one choice as far as healthy and safe kitchenware goes. As we all became more and more aware of the harmful thing we put inside …Read More
So you’ve got your MEC pot and now that Spring is quickly approaching, cooking beef broth or baking turkeys doesn’t seem like the right way to go. Worry not, as there are plenty of healthy clay pot recipes that you can try out to enjoy the fresh flavour of the season.
Pasta and beans
Spring …Read More
We all remember the times where the most important thing for a child food-wise was to eat his or her vegetables. Today, it’s not that simple anymore. Today, cooking for your kids, for you entire family in fact, has become a real challenge, because you have to take be careful of everything: what produce you …Read More
Here’s Your Chance to Win the MEC Set of 3 Pots. All You Need To Do is Write One Review!
We are greatly encouraged hearing from you as to how much you love cooking in your Pure-clay pots. Now we’re asking if you could please help spread the word about these 100% Non-Toxic, Healthy & …Read More
What is in Ceramic, Stoneware and their glazes & enamel? How is it different from MEC’s clay?
Ceramic clay, porcelain, stoneware and the glazes and enamel used for the coating are a composition of different chemicals, oxides and metals. The percentage of natural clay (which is usually secondary clay) is anywhere from 4 to 9%. …Read More
The Baking Soda test is an easy to do home-test to check the toxicity and leaching of metals and/or chemicals
You can do the Alkaline Baking soda Test right at home to check your pots/pans:
—Boil 1 glass of water in any pot, when it starts boiling add 1/2 tsp of baking soda. Boil for …Read More
Even after people of the ancient Southeast Asian culture gradually switched from cooking in clay to metals, they have always cherished cooking their fish in clay this is partly because of a unique nutrient rich ingredient – tamarind, which is at its best only when cooked in clay.
Now we know that metal ions are …Read More
3 -4 cups of Strawberries – washed and sliced
11/4 cup of brown sugar or Jaggery (sugar cane syrup)
1 medium sized lemon juice and zest.
A pinch of salt.
Recipe Cooking Method:
Add sugar, salt, lemon juice and zest to …Read More