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Posted Tue Jul 30, 2013, 3:22pm
Subject: Re: Glass/Stainless Steel Brewing?
 

CoffeeLoversMag Said:

.. you can also get away from plastic poison in a bottle called BPA (bisphenol-A). ... You can try also a stainless Steel Percolator. The taste of the brew that comes from a percolator is between espresso and regular coffee. .

Posted July 30, 2013 link

Uhhh Percolator? Between espresso and regular coffee?
Closer to "between the toilet and the septic tank..."  ;-O

Much of the food my wife and I eat is organic, non-GMO, and we make a lot of things from scratch. VERY little in the way of ANYTHING artificial in our diets (like the artificial coloring on ibuprofin is about it). We never put plastic in the microwave. But I think I'll take my chances with BPA or switch to tea if it comes down to my choice being a percolator when there are SO many other ways to make coffee. Heck- a stainless steel stock pot and a clean gym sock is superior.. the sock made from organic cotton, of course.

"If me 'n the toys wanted boiled coffee we'd go to Starbucks."

And the reality is that there are lots of plastics out there that are BPA-free. Even the Cuisinart CHW-12 is BPS-free.

 
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