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post #31 of 37

Go online and search for "stainless steel cookie sheets".  I found regular sheets for $14.99 through Wayfair, and Jelly roll pans for $17.83.  Buying them for the same reason you are.  

post #32 of 37
There is a LOT of research linking aluminum with Alzheimer's. On a related note, those non-stick coated pans release fluoride, which is also linked to Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. And if you read the Care Instructions on these pans many will say to move any pet birds from the house, as the emitted gasses from said pans can be lethal to the birds. If it will kill a bird, I don't want to breathe it either.
post #33 of 37
I wouldn't use silicone either, as if it gets into our systems it's bad news, too. I am going to go with steel pans. Thanks for all of the info!
post #34 of 37

Problem with SS is that it does not conduct heat evenly and develops hot spots, where as aluminum does not. Where you got your medical info is beyond me. There has never medicaly been any connection made between aluminum and any disease. They also make pizza pans made from steel that couls be used with parchment paper.  Like in the beginning Micro wave ovens were linked to radiation exposure

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Over 50 years in food service business 35 as Ex Chef. Specializing in Volume upscale Catering both on and off premise .(former Exec. Chef in the largest on premise caterer in US  with 17 Million Dollars per year annual volume). 
      Well versed in all facets of Continental Cuisine...

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post #35 of 37

Wikipedia is not a reliable source of information. The data can be edited by anyone.

post #36 of 37

Taking a turmeric supplement daily can help to prevent/control alzheimer's. It helps to clear out inflammations that cause blockage of blood vessels. Get a brand that has black pepper in it. The pepper is needed to get the full benefit of the circumin.

post #37 of 37

You can have your pans glazed, just call any large commercial bakery in your area and ask hem if they do it themselves or where they have them done.

 

Or :
http://www.webstaurantstore.com/panpal-16-x-24-quilon-parchment-paper-pan-liner-sheets-1000-case/433QLINER.html

 

One pack lasts us about a year in our house, full sheets laid down under the chocolate tempering machine and dipping/drying area make clean-up much nicer (and easier to throw on the floor for the dogs to gobble up), cut in half for 1/2 sheet pans, 1/4's for quarter sheet pans, cut it into rounds and strips to line cake pans...  I'm seriously OCD about keeping my bakeware immaculately clean, and NEVER cut on it. I have sheet pans that are 20 years old that look brand new.

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