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Re: Handling Peat Moss
Aluminum is bad, because the acid in peat will likely dissolve some of
it. In this case stainless steel would probably be better.
The best, of course, is glass or ceramic. In every department store one
can find glass (Pyrex) containers, designed for a different purpose, but
they can be drafted for peat duty.
SRosendorf at aol_com wrote:
> Dear Donna,
> I have been looking all over for an enamel pan to boil peat and have
> unable to find one. I've used an aluminum pan. Bad? How bad?
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