Customer Video Reviews
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Miriams Earthen Cookware Review by Nicole Grooms
Hi! I know it’s been a really long time since I’ve posted. I hope you are all happy and healthy. An opportunity came up to share my opinion about Miriam’s Earthen Cookware in a video review so here it is! I have had my eye on this Cookware for about a year and I finally invested in one pot, which arrived yesterday. I cooked steel cut oats in my stainless steel pot and in my new MEC pot and then did a taste test. Wow, both Michael and I could taste the difference and it was creamier too. How awesome is that?! I’m excited to keep cooking in it and trying new pots and pans too. Check out their website at Miriamsearthencookware.com I hope you have the best day ever!
Nicole Grooms bakes a chocolate cake for her son’s birthday in Miriams Earthen Cookware
One of our beloved healthy cooks, Niki is celebrating today for many reasons and has just baked a delicious looking chocolate cake in her MEC pot for her son’s birthday. Team MEC wishes her son a very happy birthday! Let’s find out how her cake turned out! Nicole is a Nutritional Therapist passionate about clean eating and a master gardener, among other things… She is a writer and publisher at www.marriagesunnysideup.com – Inspiring your marriage to be real genuine and fuilfilling, and www.pawsitivelymaple.com.
Vegetable Pulao in Miriams Earthen Cookware by Divya Palamand | Quick, Easy, Healthy & Green!
Vegetable Pulao – an authentic Indian recipe by one of our amazing healthy cooks – Divya Palamand! Watch how to cook this delicious recipe using MEC cooking pot.
Miriams Earthen Cookware Review by Sally Zimmermann | Making Yogurt in MEC
Sally makes yogurt in MEC pot and a glass pot at the same time, just to see the difference. Watch this video to know what she finds.
Sally C. Zimmermann is a former computer programmer, stay-at-home mom, adjunct math professor, and one of our lovely healthy cooks. Please feel free to visit her website Yogurt & More – Traditional wisdom for modern living to read about more of her works.
Miriams Earthen Cookware – Comparison of Options for Ceramic Stoves (Healthiest Cooking)
Just a demonstration of the two cooking options I found after pouring through everything with a ceramic stove top like this one. And yes, I meant today ‘simmermat’ and not ‘simmer pot’! The lids are only hard to put on when you’re watching a screen and doing it one handed while balancing a phone ?? Note: I DID highly prefer the simmermat to the cheap and hard to find Norpro. I love the butane stove, but the downsides are ventilation requirements and refills. It’s not too expensive though! It’s good to have both. The market is desperate for a proper diffuser surface that works with ceramic stove tops.
Miriam’s Earthen Cookware In Action + Tips … Healthiest Way of Cooking
Demonstrating the pan/tajine and talking about some experiences with the product. This particular one is a 2.5 QT Pan/Tajine Style. I’m not a paid affiliate for this company, but I wish I was!
Miriam’s Earthen Cookware Review
This is the Best Non Toxic Cookware I could find. Made in USA, No Lead-No Heavy Metals-No Toxins. This is my Review after I 1st received it.
Miriam’s Earthen Cookware 6 month Review
Impressions after 6 months of using MEC Unglazed Pots.
Hi Wendy, Thanks for the very useful video. And, thanks for cooking healthy for your dog too! He or she is one lucky pet.
I want to make one quick clarification here for your viewers, the stuff oozing out is toxins from the food/water cooking inside. Or if soap was used for cleaning, then the pot will eliminate it that way. Pure clay has the ability to extract and eliminate toxins from food and that is what you see happening here.
Why and how this happens is explained in detail here:
All-Natural clay because of its purity and negatively charged ions has been used to extract toxins for many centuries. When food is cooked in them, these toxins –either from excess additives in the water, animal fat (most animals store toxins in the fat), pesticides, fertilizers, heavy metals from vegetables, lentils, beans all of which are positive ions, get squeezed out through the negatively charged clay platelets. Since the pot is unglazed, these toxins get pushed out all the way to the outside of the pot. Nothing sits within the walls and none of it goes back inside as pressure moves from high to low. The deposits have a sour, metallic taste. They come off easily when wiped with a piece of cloth and/or when the pot is washed after cooking.
For Further Reading: Dioxins in animal’s fatty tissue: Dioxins and the effects on human health. According to the FDA, most human exposure to dioxins comes from food, with 95 percent of that coming from animal fats (FDA 2004a). (See more at: Antibiotics, toxins & hormones –Toxins and dioxins from food). It is some of these elements that the pot extracts.
In our testing and experience, changing water to filtered water has in some cases eliminated this issue. Also changing from non-organic to organic ingredients has helped resolve this in other cases. And in some others, cleaning with baking soda instead of soap has helped eliminate this issue. In most cases, this will stop once the pot is fully seasoned, (in about 5-7 uses), unless either you’re continuing to clean with soap or if the food or water has excess toxins) Read more on this link. https://miriamsearthencookware.com/mec-blog/knowledge-base/i-sometime-see-some-brown-or-cream-colored-deposits-on-the-outside-of-the-pot-what-is-that/