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  1. marsleey


    I recently came across a post talking about cookware that is unsafe for birds. I didn’t know there could be unsafe cookware. :confused: :( My family uses Ballarini nonstick pans , and I’ve looked through the website, no PFOAs, but unsure about the other chemicals. It is coated with “ceramic...
  2. ZY28

    Safe bakeware brands

    Hello! Hope your having a great day. I wanted to get suggestions of parrot safe bakeware brands. I want to buy new bakeware and I want to make sure it doesn't contain anything harmful. Until now I have used Wilton's bakeware, they claim to not use any PTFE or PFOA. Wondering what other brands...
  3. Lothetiel

    Bird safe cookware

    I really want to make aebleskivers (a danish dish, basically pancake balls) and for that I need an aebleskiver pan. Finding one with good reviews is difficult but finding one that’s bird safe as well is proving extremely challenging. Does anyone know any bird safe brands that have aebleskiver...
  4. R

    Best cookware for my parrot

    Hi Everyone! I'm looking into buying new parrot safe cookware - specifically a frying pan. I currently have a stainless steel frying pan which is on its last legs and have been searching the web for a PTFE/PFOA free one and came across one on Argos that I think is made from aluminium and...
  5. K

    Urgent Cookware Problem

    I use a ceramic coated, carbon steel cookie sheet. It was sitting on my stove and I turned on the wrong burner like an idiot. It charred a circle on the pan and it was smoking a bit. I removed my bird from the area and turned on all fans and opened windows. Is something like this dangerous...
  6. 1959CAT

    Safe Cookware

    I bought some new pots and pans for cooking.They are made by Gotham Steel.They are made of aluminum,titanium,copper and ceramic.They are nonstick.They are PTFE,PFOA and PFOS free.Are they safe to cook with around my birds? I have not cooked with them yet .If they are not safe what can I safely...