The rim of each pot is extended to incorporate a secure handle that runs throughout the circumference of the pot. …Read More
MEC pots are more stronger than ceramic ware and do not break as easily as ceramic vessels do, as their …Read More
Why is Cooking the Same foods on The Stove-top With MEC Healthier than Cooking for Long Hours in a Slow Cooker?
Long hours of cooking at less than 220 Degree Farenheit surprisingly does more harm than good . Scientific research done on amino …Read More
None of our pots have the traditional long, or two sided handles made of silicone, rubber or some kind of …Read More
All grains contain simple carbohydrates and complex carbohydrates, a certain about of vitamins & minerals . Simple carbs quickly break down …Read More
Not only is our cookware lead and cadmium “free”, it has NO lead, cadmium or any heavy metals. We adhere …Read More
Since our pots are 100% biodegradable & compostable, after their useful period which could be for decades long, you can safely dispose …Read More
What is the difference between your pure clay pots and other cookware made from ceramic and flame ware?
The main difference is in the nature of the raw material. The MEC clay has no additives, plasticizers, extenders, dyes …Read More
There are many things that make us special… we are passionate clay cooks ourselves who cook in our pots and …Read More
Yes, there are several benefits to not using this toxic paint like substance to coat the cookware, Here are a few: …Read More
The steam leaving a cooking pot is essentially water soluble vitamins and minerals (9 out of the 13 vitamins and …Read More
That is correct, your MEC pots can be used for slow cooking and it can be done in ½ or …Read More
Why is cooking the same recipes on the stove-top with MEC healthier than cooking for long hours in a slow cooker?
Traditional crock machine recipes are healthier when cooked in MEC on the stove-top because: Long hours of cooking in metal or …Read More
Difference between Miriams Earthen Cookware’s pure clay pots and all other cooking pottery: ceramic, porcelain, stoneware, flame ware, earthenware
Ceramic/porcelain, stoneware pots and pans: From making toilets to tiles to cooking pots, the ceramic material has been used for …Read More