Difference between Miriams Earthen Cookware’s pure clay pots and all other cooking pottery: ceramic, porcelain, stoneware, flame ware, earthenware & terracotta?

Ceramic/porcelain, stoneware pots and pans: From making toilets to tiles to cooking pots, the ceramic material has been used for several decades and is loosely called ‘clay’ because of its elasticity that resembles natural clay.  The ceramic/porcelain raw material contains only about 5-7% natural clay, the other 95% are chemicals, oxides (obtained through fracking) and …

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How is Steam Managed So Well Inside MEC Pots?

The steam leaving a cooking pot is essentially water soluble vitamins and minerals (9 out of the 13 vitamins and minerals are water soluble), and in most cases with conventional cookware almost all of it is lost during the cooking process.

With MEC however, the special design of the pot & lid uniquely allow steam …

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