18/10 polished stainless steel for exceptional durability.
Heavy gauge aluminum core"
I have choosen to use a 7 ply surgical stainless steel cookware that is called Healthcraft. They claim waterless cooking which means you use minimal amounts of water and the beauty is that is solid stainless that cooks evenly from the bottom, sides and top.
Hello Mrs. Lightning
I see Healthcraft has cutlery too. Is it just the fact they have no nickel that Dr. Clark approves? There must be forks and knives made this way as well, my wife doesn't like the plastic overly well.
I almost was going to order that French made enameled cast iron cookware that looks so good even if it is from France :^).
I have no idea why she changed her mind, but I am sure glad. I have a fantastic stainless steel water distiller that I plan to get back out of storage soon.
I still use the plastic forks etc, ceramic knives. I think your wife would love real silver!!! Get a set just for her. She'll love you for it.
I also have a Fagor Classic Pressure Cooker which will last a lifetime. It has two safety valves. It is great for alot of things. Cooks beans and stews in no time. Vegetables in minutes with a little water in the bottom. Check Ebay for that.
But the Healthcraft is the ultimate for perfect rice ever time.
I really like it for perfect cauliflower, brocolli, and all vegetables.
I was interested in the French cookware at one time. I had found a discount house in Athens Texas. Shipping wasn't cheap.
But then I found an excellent 3 pot enamel set from Germany called Villerroy & Boch by Prinz. It is extremely light and cleans up perfectly every time. I found them at a store called Stein Mart or was it a Ross store. I got all 3 perfect sizes for around 80.00 bucks! I love them. I don't have to be a body builder to pull them off the shelf. For someone who might be week, I think they could easily drop a Le Crueset heavy hot pot on themselves when moving the pot from one location to another!
I still found that the best beans and legumes are made in a Corning Crockpot. (under $40.00)
Did anyone actually see this in print in one of Dr. Clarks books? Or did it come from a website selling "her" products? It makes me wary the way those websites make it look like they are affiliated with her when, from what I understand, she doesn't actually even endorse any of them. Am I wrong about this? I think itís kind of unscrupulous, so Iím feel a little cautious about what claims they make.
I think I'd like to see something in print written by Dr. Clark before I lay out the cash for new cookware. I hope itís true. Iíd sure like to not feel guilty about metal cookware.
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I don't understand why she would approve of steel cookware yet recommend plastic eating utensils. Surely something you cook food in would leach worse than a fork?
In everything I've read she didn't recommend steel. It was either glass or enamelware. I've read all over on curezone that stainless steel cookware is ok, but I've not read anything written directly by Dr Clark that SHE approves of it.
My reading of Dr. Clarks' books - (list below) - many are available very inexpensively at http://www.half.com
(I have no affilation with half.com) - has her repeatedly verfying that stainless steel does not leach. She actually said it is one of the few cookware substances that got "harder" over time. (e.g. less leaching of dangerous chemicals into food).
Dr. Clark seems to have been on a mission of discovery and some of her books have different information...
If anyone has more recent information that steel cookware is not safe I would appreciate a post.
Other cookware she recommended was Pyrex; for the very, very sick she recommended making your own plates out of the bottom of distilled water bottles because that form of plastic does not leach.
1. The Cure And Prevention of All Cancers (2007-Her Last and Greatest Contribution; extremely important information**)
2. The Prevention of All Cancers (2004-Profound discoveries on how & why cancer grows)
3. The Cure for Advanced Cancers (1999-accelerated 21 day program for advanced cancers)
4. The Cure for All Cancers (1993-first book identified critical role of parasites & solvents in cancer)
5. The Cure for All Disease (1995)
6. The Cure for HIV/AIDS (1993)
7. The Syncrometer Lab Manual (2000)