Like today when, thanks to HippyShopper, I started thinking about cookware. They've pointed me to a line of eco-friendly cookware.
What are the things to consider when looking for cookware?
According to HippyShopper:
The 5-piece Marco Pierre White range, from Russell Hobbs and Green Pan uses Thermolon non-stick technology, a ceramic coating that never releases CO2 into the atmosphere when the pans are in use.Going to the cookware web site I learn only slightly more about it:
-Thermolon uses significantly less CO2 (Up to 50%) less at the point of application than other non-stick
-Thermolon™ does not release Green House gases into the atmosphere
What I really want to know is: How big a problem is the release of green house gases from non-stick cookware?
Anybody have a resource?