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Re: Handling Peat Moss
Hi Stan -
By now you've probably gotten a bunch of
responses on this (at least gauging from the messages I've just read on the
I prefer glass pans (since I have them, and
am certain that they wash thoroughly clean after use - I do use them later to
cook with), but I imagine that any non-metallic surface pan would work equally
I'm not a chemist, but I do know that peat
softens water, which makes it more acidic, and this can react with metals it
comes in contact with. Probably not much to worry about, though.
Hope you get a more complete answer from
someone who really knows.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2000 10:00
Subject: Re: Handling Peat Moss
been looking all over for an enamel pan to boil peat and have been
to find one. I've used an aluminum pan. Bad? How bad?