It is incredibly important for your food to be free from contamination. Any contact with tools and pans means your kitchenware’s gotta be non toxic.
The safest materials are those that are closest to nature, untouched by man. That’s why we’re recommending tools made out of wood, and stainless steel, which is durable and non corrosive.
These salad tongs look modern and sleek with their minimalist design. They’re spring-loaded so they stay open until you squeeze them, but they can be secured in the closed position to store, so they take up very little room in your drawer.
They’re completely non-toxic and safe to use because they’re made entirely from teak wood and brass. An added benefit is that they’re eco-friendly because the wood used to make them is reclaimed.
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Wooden or bamboo utensils are always my go-to for non-toxic kitchen utensils. They won’t scratch nonstick pans as long as you’re not too rough. I chose wooden because there’s so much stipulation on toxicity with other types of utensils – silicon, stainless steel, etc. I try to just avoid these to play it safe.
Cast iron has been around forever. It is heavy but safe to use especially good if someone of iron deficient as some of the iron may be transferred into foods.
Enamel covered pans like Le Creuset are non toxic and are an excellent choice for cooking food.
Stainless steel such as All-Clad is widely available and is another good option for safe cooking.