Do You Really Need A Slow Cooker? Here’s A Healthy Alternative

Slow cooking sounds like a convenient way of cooking, especially for those who don’t have time to babysit their food while cooking. Recipes like bone broth, soups and stews are commonly cooked in slow cookers. All you need to do is put all the ingredients in the crock pot and leave it to slow cook for hours. At the end of the day, you will find it ready to serve. Isn’t it convenient? But it comes at a price.

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The Best Slow Cooker: On the Stovetop, In the Oven & In the Crock Pot

Slow Cooked Lentils with Greens

It’s important more than ever that your slow cooker’s insert be free of toxins like lead, cadmium and leachable metals and glazes because food is cooked for long periods of time and heat is a catalyst to all reactions. Unfortunately most slow cooker inserts are either made from reactive metals like steel, iron, aluminum, or from ceramic materials that also have their share of toxic additives and glazes.

Because of the 100% pure and toxic-free nature of our cookware, we have received overwhelming requests from people to see if our pots can be used for slow cooking. Based on your request we have now incorporated…

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